Discovery Communications, 1999 - Travel - 224 pages
This 224-page title is a guide to the fossil remains of these perenially fascinating creatures in the USA and Canada. Ten informative essays present the science and history of palaeontology, as well as tips for rock hounds and descriptions of the countries' best dinosaur parks and fossil sites. Practical tips sections tell you how to join a dinosaur dig and give listings of museums, paleontology organizations and specialist resources. The work is lavishly illustrated with more than 250 spectacular photographs as well as nine specially commissioned maps.
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SCIENCE AND SPECULATION
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Alberta Albertosaurus Allosaurus American Museum ancient animals Apatosaurus badlands beasts birds Bluff bone bed Camarasaurus Camptosaurus Canyon Carnegie carnivore cast claws Cleveland-Lloyd Coelophysis collection Colorado Cope creatures Cretaceous Devil's Coulee dinosaur bones Dinosaur Center dinosaur eggs dinosaur footprints dinosaur fossils Dinosaur Hall Dinosaur National Monument Dinosaur Provincial Park Dinosaur Ridge dinosaur tracks Dinosaur Valley diorama Diplodocus discovery display Dry Mesa duckbilled Egg Mountain excavation exhibit extinction field fossil fossil hunters fossil sites Geological Ghost Ranch giant Glen Rose hadrosaur herbivore Horner jaws Jurassic kinds of dinosaurs layers legs lizards look Maiasaura mammals Marsh Mexico miles million years ago Montana mounted Museum of Natural Natural History nearby nest North America opposite paleontologists Petrified plant eaters predator Quarry reptiles River rock sandstone sauropods Science scientists Seismosaurus skull species specimens Stegosaurus Supersaurus tail teeth Texas theropod tour trackways Trail Triassic Triceratops Troodon Tyrannosaurus rex Utah vertebrae visitors walk