Deep in the dung
Wurster, Christopher (2011) Deep in the dung. Australasian Science, March . pp. 17-20.
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[Extract] We arrived at midday after following an obscure dirt track somewhere in the middle of Sonora, Mexico. The plan was to find the cave with the help of some coordinates I had grabbed from a scientific paper.
After arriving at the spot using the latest in technology at the time, a bulky hand-held GPS, the three of us looked around. We were standing on flat, low ground containing desert scrub, and could see around us fairly well. The nearest hill rose just a little above the horizon.
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