Monthly Archives: January 2018

Partially fossilised shark tooth find

Mr Roy Clarke of East London kindly presented a shark tooth to the museum for identification. It was found along the Cefane beach (Chintsa Bay) recently. A close inspection of the specimen revealed that the tooth has started to fossilise … Continue reading

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Super blue blood moon tomorrow night

The full moon will be in perigee position (closest pass to the Earth) tomorrow evening (known as a supermoon) and being the second supermoon in a month (also called a blue moon) combined with a celestial lunar eclipse (blood moon) … Continue reading

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