Thomson-Dans, Carolyn.

Where else in the world can you meet a dolphin on the shore of a white sandy beach, in an astounding World Heritage Area?  Or stand on a cliff overlooking the Indian Ocean on Western Australia’s largest island?  There is nowhere else like Shark Bay on Earth!  Shark Bay became a World Heritage listed area in 1991 and is one of only 19 places in the world that satisfies all four natural criteria for listing.  It is a place of immense timelessness and immeasurable biological values.  This book explores  the bay’s unique history and natural heritage – both under water and above.

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Department of Environment and Conservation, September 2008.  152 pages, hardcover, oblong format, colour photographs throughout.

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Weight 600 g