HOW OUR COLLECTION GROWS

Our Tassy guide Craig Hawkins (right) knew where we were going, but not quite where we were on this Tasmanian field trip. It was all sorted out even though the fossils weren't where we were told anyway, but we did find a very special graptolite (right) which doesn't mean much to most. Graptolite is Latin for pencil mark, because that is what they look like. They seem to be extinct, but they resemble a floating polyp or coral. These graptolites are also similar to ones we have collected in Ballarat, proof water was once over both places. Our new graptolite find seems to be polystrate. Keep watching for more details

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