Karina Kelly and Joan Wiffen

Production date
23 Nov 1993
Current rights
All Rights Reserved

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About this object
Hawke's Bay Fossil Expert's Fame Spreads. Quantum reporter and presenter Karina Kelly on the left, and Haumoana's Joan Wiffen discuss a juvenile plesiosaur marine reptile fossil. The plesiosaur lived in the coastal waters east of New Zealand 65 to 70 million years ago.
Joan Wiffen is becoming internationally recognised for her discoveries of dinosaur bones and other fossils at Te Hoe Valley in north-west Hawke's Bay. The Quantum Australian science programme film crew is in New Zealand and will visit and film other discoveries in New Zealand also.
Photograph taken 23 November 1993 and published in newspaper on that date.
Production technique
Media/Materials description
A strip of three negatives on same subject.
Height x Width: 20 x 35mm
Classification terms
Subject date
23 Nov 1993
Current rights
Collection of Hawke's Bay Museums Trust, Ruawharo Tā-ū-rangi, A/1993/11/23/01/10
Credit line
gifted by the Daily Telegraph
Other number(s)
A/1993/11/23/01/10, 57127

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