Familiar Dinosaurs

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Knopf, 1993 - Social Science - 191 pages
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Full-color paintings and skeletal line drawings taken from actual museum specimens around the world illustrate this captivating guide which explains the lives, behavior, and habits of the world's favorite prehistoric animals and the circumstances surrounding their eventual extinction. Maps.

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Review: National Audubon Society Pocket Guide to Familiar Dinosaurs (National Audubon Society Pocket Guides)

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probably my favorite dinosaur illustration book, the paintings by Brian Franczak are incredible. i'd kill for a full size version of one of his paintings. Read full review

Contents

Contents
6
The Dinosaurs
18
Appendices
126
Copyright

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About the author (1993)

David Allen Sibley began seriously watching and drawing birds in 1969, at age seven. Author and illustrator of the nationally acclaimed "National Audubon Society: The Sibley Guide to Birds," he lives in Concord, Massachusetts.
Chris Elphick, editor and contributing author, holds a Ph.D. in Ecology and Conservation Biology from the University of Nevada, Reno. He is currently a research scientist at the University of Connecticut, where he focuses on the conservation of waterbirds, especially shorebirds. He lives in Storrs, Connecticut.
John B. Dunning, Jr., editor and contributing author, earned a Ph.D. in Ecology from the University of Arizona. He is an Associate Professor of Wildlife Ecology at Purdue University and lives in Lafayette, Indiana.

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