Carbon dates: a day by day almanac of paleo anniversaries and dino events
This unique calendrically ordered book provides fascinating tidbits of information on significant events in the world of paleontology and happenings related to prehistoric life. The reader can look under any day of the year and find, for example, which scientists were born on that day, what fossil discoveries were made, which museums were opened, what dinosaur-related movies premiered, and so on. Both richly informative and entertaining, this work brings to light many interesting paleo-coincidences. The very substantial text is supplemented by many photographs and line drawings. All fully indexed.
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