Dinosaurs: a global view
Lavishly illustrated with over 90 beautiful full-color plates, the prehistoric past is brought to life in stunningly vivid images with a detailed accuracy as never before and is further complemented by 3 family trees, 27 maps, and over 90 original skeletal drawings. In a highly detailed account based on tangible evidence from fossil records, this comprehensive overview dispels many popular myths and controversial misconceptions about dinosaurs.
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