The Annotated Old Fourlegs

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Yoda
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The Annotated Old Fourlegs

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For anyone interested in the JLB Smith story of the Coelacanth, there is a new updated version

The Annotated Old Fourlegs - the updated story of the Coelacanth by Mike Bruton

The original story plus all the new info that has been learnt since the first specimen of this fascinating fish was caught.
This book has the original JLB Smith story, subsequent catches, and lots of other info.
Plus some very good drawings and photographs.

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It sounds very interesting. I remember reading the first book many years ago and it read like a thriller it was so well written.
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