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Guardians of Freshwater By Freshwater State School
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This book is a collection of short stories and facts about species found by the Students of Freshwater State School around their School grounds and around the city of Cairns.
Guardians of Freshwater By The Oracle
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This book is an informative field Guide created by the Students of Freshwater State School about all the creatures they found in their school grounds and nearby.
How to be a Star.......fish By The Oracle
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This is a guide book for the feather stars found on Ocean Freedom's dive and snorkel sites. It includes information, photos, yoga poses and philosophies. It was made by the passengers and crew of... More > Ocean Freedom and was put together so that people can make deeper connections with the life around them.< Less
A Tour of Normanby Island By David Witherall
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This book was made as a summary of what you might see on Normanby Island, Frankland Islands, Great Barrier Reef. It has most of the characters that are commonly seen on the Island and acts as a... More > souvenir for those who have visited it. It is also the book to use if you are starting work as a guide on Normanby Island or any tropical island on the Great Barrier Reef. It is good enough, I believe, for someone who is not a marine biologist to pretend that they are one.< Less
A Tour of Normanby Island By David Witherall
Hardcover: $25.00
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This book was made as a summary of what you might see on Normanby Island, Frankland Islands, Great Barrier Reef. It has most of the characters that are commonly seen on the Island and acts as a... More > souvenir for those who have visited it. It is also the book to use if you are starting work as a guide on Normanby Island or any tropical island on the Great Barrier Reef. It is good enough, I believe, for someone who is not a marine biologist to pretend that they are one.< Less