John Long : fossil hunter / story told by Danielle Clode

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Clode, Danielle
Melbourne [Victoria] : Wild Dingo Press, 2021
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Clode, Danielle & Wild Dingo Press, editor. (2021). John Long : fossil hunter Retrieved June 3, 2023, from

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Clode, Danielle and Wild Dingo Press, editor. John Long : fossil hunter Melbourne [Victoria]: Wild Dingo Press, 2021. Web. 3 June 2023 <>

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Clode, Danielle & Wild Dingo Press, editor. 2021, John Long : fossil hunter Wild Dingo Press, Melbourne [Victoria] viewed 3 June 2023

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  | author1=Clode, Danielle.
  | author2=Wild Dingo Press, editor.
  | title=John Long : fossil hunter
  | year=2021
  | section=1 online resource : illustrations.
  | isbn=9781925893625
  | series=Aussie STEM stars.
  | location=Melbourne [Victoria]
  | publisher=Wild Dingo Press
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  | id=nla.obj-2997044831
  | access-date=3 June 2023
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