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Southern Land, Southern People : Otago Museum's landmark gallery / Neville Peat.

By: Peat, Neville.
Contributor(s): Otago Museum [author.] | Otago Museum.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Dunedin, N.Z. : University of Otago Press, c2002Description: 47 pages : illustrations (chiefly color), map ; 24 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 1877276219 (pbk.).Subject(s): Southern Land, Southern People Gallery | Otago Region (N. Z.) | Southland Region (N. Z.) | Southern Land, Southern People Gallery | Museums | Fossils -- New Zealand -- Juvenile literature | Animals -- New Zealand | Climate -- New Zealand | Southern Land, Southern People Gallery | Otago (N.Z.) | Southland (N.Z.) | Otago (N.Z.) -- History | Otago (N.Z.) -- Description and travel | New Zealand -- GeographyGenre/Form: Children's nonfiction.DDC classification: 993.9 Summary: "This book celebrates Otago Museum's Southern Land, Southern People gallery. It offers a comprehensive insight into the character of the region - it's astonishing landforms, lost fauna and flora, fossil record and boisterous climate - and the way people have explored this challenging landscape and utilised its natural resources"--Back cover.
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This book celebrates Otago Museum's major new Southern Land, Southern People gallery, opened at the end of August 2002. It offers a comprehensive insight into the character of the region - its astonishing landforms, lost fauna and flora, fossil record and boisterous climate - and the way people have explored this challenging landscape and utilised its natural resources.

"This book celebrates Otago Museum's Southern Land, Southern People gallery. It offers a comprehensive insight into the character of the region - it's astonishing landforms, lost fauna and flora, fossil record and boisterous climate - and the way people have explored this challenging landscape and utilised its natural resources"--Back cover.

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