J. David Archibald
In the geological blink of an eye, mammals moved from an obscure group of vertebrates into a class of planetary dominance. Why? This study identifies the fall of dinosaurs as...
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Lowell Dingus; Mark Norell
Tells the story of our discovery of dinosaurs, from the eighteenth-century interest in sea dragons to present day work with DNA, through the men and women who dedicated their lives...
Features visual detail, comprehensive entries on hundreds of species, and research that provide the whole picture of the creatures and plants that represent Earth's prehistoric life. This guide helps you...
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Gregory S. Paul
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This book is the first major volume to look at dinosaurs from a historical perspective: from the earliest scrappy finds and best guesses of the early 1800s to the spectacular...
With CGI artwork and scientific discoveries, this title brings to life a prehistoric world of giants, killers, feathered beasts and sea monsters in detail.
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Philip J. Currie; Josh Young
With his groundbreaking new findings and extensive research, palaeontologist and dino hunter Dr Phil Currie challenges the very foundations of traditional dinosaur theories.
Steve Brusatte; Michael Benton
Take a journey through the prehistoric world and trace the evolution of the most astonishing creatures ever to have walked the earth. Over 170 giant-sized and superbly detailed computer generated...
Suitable for dinosaur enthusiasts, art lovers and budding illustrators, this book is filled with artwork and paleontology.
Steve Parker; Belinda Gallagher
This marvellous book about dinosaurs covers a wide range of topics, from a day in the life of a brachiosaurus 200 million years ago to the dinosaur detectives who are...
John L. Long; Peter Schouten
Scientists have recovered more than a billion fossils, but no discovery has been more breath-taking than the fossils recently found in northern China, findings which...