The Complete T. Rex
Startling discoveries made in the early '90s reveal that the world's most popular and terrifying dinosaur was sleeker and faster than previously thought. In a provocative, authoritative study of T. Rex, the authors offer the most complete account available of the life and times of the "King" of dinosaurs. Illustrations.
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