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Salient. An Organ of Student Opinion at Victoria College, Wellington, N.Z. Vol. 10, No. 12. August 20, 1947

What is Tuatara?

What is Tuatara?

Something to look forward to next term is the first edition of the Biology Society's magazine, "Tuatara," whose aim is to inform students on some aspects of biology not included in the Varsity syllabus. Articles by workers in NZ and overseas will give students some idea of the research carried out in the field of biology. This magazine is primarily written for biologists, but it should be of interest to everyone. School teachers will find the well-written articles on native flora and fauna of great help to them in preparing their classes. Also, keys will be printed to help amateur naturalists to classify their collections.

The type of work carried out by biologists in government and private laboratories will be described by the research workers in these laboratories.

This is the Biological Society's latest and most ambitious venture. Its success depends on your support. Watch the notice-board for the date of issue, and—Buy "Tuatara!"

(This magazine is published by the Biological Society, and we do not pretend that the [unclear: views] expresses therein are these of the whole college.)