Fossil Fish (page 126, Vol. II)
Mr. O. Smith Woodward of
the Natural History Department of the British Museum writes of the
fossil fish, "I have made a preliminary examination of the specimen,
and find that most of the fragments are atherstonia. I fear they are
all too imperfect to be worthy of description."
Fossil Reptile (page 118, Vol. II)
photograph of a fossil lizard appears on page 118, Vol. II. This was
found in a boulder in (De Beers) Premier Mine at a depth of 60 feet.
Since the photograph was taken the whole of the backbone and the
articulation of some of the ribs and one of the hind-limb bones have