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Help Fund Finding Cooper

The Eromanga Natural History Museum is seeking your support to help bring the storybook of Australia's largest dinosaur to fruition.

Finding Cooper is almost ready for print and with your partnership, we can bring this quality work of Australian natural history into homes, schools and libraries.

It is the product of extensive research and collaboration. Stunningly illustrated, this 80 page publication will be a beautiful book to own and display.

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How can I play a bigger part?

You can play a bigger part in the storybook creation and become a Publishing Partner. Find out more information about this opportunity here.

It's tax deductable

Your donation to fund this project is tax-deductible as we are a Deductible Gift Recipient.

The Outback Gondwana Foundation Limited is an endorsed deductible gift recipient (DGR) Item 1 & 4. Any gift over $2 is eligible as a tax-deductible gift. All donations should be made payable to the Outback Gondwana Foundation Limited (ABN 77133576 897).

The Foundation is an Australian Public Company and is registered with the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission (ACNC), whose purpose is to provide a secure financial base and credible governance for the Eromanga Natural History Museum and the Museum is its sole legal beneficiary.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Why do the Eromanga dinosaurs and the Eulo Diprotodon (Megafauna) have common names like Cooper, George, Sid, Zac and Kenny?

These are identifying names we give a new important dinosaur or megafauna discovery so we know which individual we are talking about. In many cases with the dinosaurs they will be scientifically described as completely new dinosaurs and then they are given a special scientific name.  If they are not a new species then they will already have a special scientific name.  ‘Kenny’ has a scientific name already, Diprotondon optatum.


 
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