[Coral-List] rare Nautiloid re-found near Papua New Guinea

Risk, Michael riskmj at mcmaster.ca
Fri Aug 28 08:03:17 EDT 2015

I note the article refers to Peter several times as a "biologist." Typical.

Peter has been, for his entire career, a paleontologist (PhD McMaster-I was on his committee.)

Not comparing the two men, but: so was Darwin, for those interested in science.
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Subject: [Coral-List] rare Nautiloid re-found near Papua New Guinea

Guy spots super-rare "living fossil" a second time- 30 years later


(not just any "guy", but Peter Ward, Nautilus expert, and not just any
Nautilus, but *Allonautilus scrobiculatus*)

Douglas Fenner
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Pago Pago, American Samoa 96799  USA

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