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Dinosaurs A Concise Natural History

Dinosaurs A Concise Natural History

Dinosaurs: A Concise Natural History has been written to introduce you to dinosaurs, amazing creatures that lived millions of years before there were humans. Along with acquainting you with these magnifi cent beasts, reading this book will give you insights into natural history, evolution, and the ways that scientists study Earth history. What were dinosaurs like? Did they travel in herds? What were the horns for? Did the mothers take care of their babies? Was T. rex really the most fearsome carnivore of all time? Were they covered with feathers? How fast could brontosaurus run? Why did dinosaurs get so big? Along with getting answers to these and many other questions, you’ll also meet legendary and charismatic dinosaur hunters (including the models for Indiana Jones and Jurassic Park’s Dr Alan Grant) whose expeditions have helped to reveal the dinosaurs’ stories from fossils and other fragmental clues left behind in the rocks. Dinosaurs will help you think like a scientist, while your knowledge of dinosaurs, natural history, and science grows with each chapter you read. The book is written by authors that are active dinosaur researchers, with between them more than 45 years of experience teaching. It is illustrated by John Sibbick, one of the world’s most famous dinosaur illustrators.

Author: David E Cambridge

Pages: 395

Issue By: eBook 707

Published: 2 years ago

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