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Follow the sun
Identifier: Film Collection no. 9
Scope and Contents In an effort to promote tourism to the Great Barrier Reef, the Australian government produced this film. Atolls, Keppel and Duke Islands, beaches, and tourists sailing, waterskiing, fishing, swimming, and shelling introduce this vast reef along the coast of Queensland to the viewer. The wide variety of aquatic animals and plants shown include a cormorant rookery, newly hatched turtles scurrying to the sea, skimmers on shore, and underwater footage of puffers, rays, angelfish, sea horses, and...
Dates: between 1920 and 1939
James H. Turner photographic slides of marine animal specimens, undated.
Identifier: PSC 507
Photographs of specimens collected in Western Australia coastal waters. Includes a blowfish, starfish, and sea slugs.
John R. Saunders photographic slide collection, 1957.
Identifier: PSC 426
Photographs of animals, plants, and views from Mt. Desert Biological Station (Salisbury Cove, Maine). Animals include harbor seals, raccoons, bears, a screech owl, starfish, jellyfish, crabs, and mussels. Majority of the photographs taken in Maine, some taken in New York.
William Schwarting photographic slide collection, 1948-1950.
Identifier: PSC 432
Photographs of various animals in nature. Includes marine invertebrates, insects, turtles, snakes, salamanders, dolphins, cows, and rabbits. Also includes some images of flowers and plants.
- Photographic Slide Collection 3
- Animals 2
- Marine animals 2
- Coral reef animals -- Australia -- Great Barrier Reef (Qld.) 1
- Film Collection 1
- Great Barrier Reef (Qld.) -- Description and travel 1
- Marine animals -- Australia -- Great Barrier Reef (Qld.) 1
- Marine animals -- Type specimens 1
- Marine plants -- Australia -- Great Barrier Reef (Qld.) 1
- Moving Images 1
- Tourism -- Australia -- Great Barrier Reef (Qld.) 1 ∧ less
- American Museum of Natural History 3
- Australian Government Films (1920-1928) 1
- Saunders, John R. (John Richard) 1