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Interesting book by the New Scientist team, led by Mick O'Hare.
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#1
"How to Fossilise Your Hamster" it says to find river sediment or a lake bed and wait a few million years...
I want my Hamster fossilised now!!!
Great Book though
banned#2
voted hot

I don't know if it's still available but this was on sale at Tescos in a boxset with "Why Don't Penguins' Feet Freeze?" and "Does Anything Eat Wasps?" for £5 recently
#3
callmejoe
"How to Fossilise Your Hamster" it says to find river sediment or a lake bed and wait a few million years...
I want my Hamster fossilised now!!!
Great Book though


Dammit. I'm actually waiting for this to be delivered for a stocking-filler for my niece (and her pet hamster, Pedro). I too expected instant fossilization...
#4
£3 i think, very funny, lots of silly stuff in it , keeps adults and kids amused
#5
lol people were actually looking for a guide to fossilizing hamsters..
#6
lol, this is quite funny! voted hot!
#7
good book though like someone say there is a box set including all the series
#8
A plague on your house Sir. I decided a couple of days ago to order this for my granddaughter, but was waiting for something else to add to it. Now it's oos at that price. That'll larn me. :cry:
#9
Got this last year, great book.
#10
Seems that they're now out of stock. Which is a shame as I would have bought a dozen or so to give as prizes for good work in my science lessons.:x

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