Mystery Fish: Secrets of the coelacanth (On My Own Science) by Sally M. Walker

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Weinberg, Samantha. A Fish Caught in Time: The Search for the Coelacanth. New York: HarperCollins, 2000.

1952—A fisher in the Comoro Islands caught another coelacanth. 1987—In the Comoro Islands, Hans Fricke and his team searched for coelacanths in a mini submarine called Geo. Jürgen Schauer saw a live coelacanth. 1989—Hans Fricke and his team found coelacanths living in caves. 1997—Mark Erdmann saw a coelacanth in a fish market in the Asian country of Indonesia. 1998—A fisher brought a coelacanth to Mark Erdmann. He and his wife swam with the fish and studied it after it died. 1999—Mark Erdmann learned that his coelacanth was a new kind.

1987—In the Comoro Islands, Hans Fricke and his team searched for coelacanths in a mini submarine called Geo. Jürgen Schauer saw a live coelacanth. 1989—Hans Fricke and his team found coelacanths living in caves. 1997—Mark Erdmann saw a coelacanth in a fish market in the Asian country of Indonesia. 1998—A fisher brought a coelacanth to Mark Erdmann. He and his wife swam with the fish and studied it after it died. 1999—Mark Erdmann learned that his coelacanth was a new kind. 2000—Pieter Venter and his diving team found coelacanths in Sodwana Bay, South Africa.

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