Dr Flannery, I PRESUME

Davies, Julie-Anne
February 2007
Bulletin with Newsweek;2/27/2007, Vol. 125 Issue 6558, p14
The article presents information on Tim Flannery, an internationally renowned scientist, conservationist, writer and explorer. It is stated that even as a child, Flannery understood the footprint man was making on the environment. At the age of 11 he came across a fossilized backbone of an ancient seal. The author informs that it is through his passion for mammalogy that Flannery's international reputation as a scientist was made.


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