Dinosaurs of the Land, Sea and Air
Modern Publishing, Jan 1, 1989 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 240 pages
Two large format, fully illustrated volumes offer young readers a unique glimpse of the Ages of Dinosaurs. Each hardcover book features stories of 10 well-known prehistoric creatures, facts about dinosaurs and a glossary of names with a pronunciation guide.
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Chapter Two Archaeopteryx
Chapter Three Brontosaurus
Chapter Four Chasmosaurus
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Age of Dinosaurs Albertosaurus Allosaurus animals Ankylosaurus Archaeopteryx armor attack beak began bellowing belonged bird bird-hipped dinosaurs bones bony Brontosaurus carnivore caught Ceratopsians Chapter Chasmosaurus claws clump Compsognathus Cretaceous cycads Dimorphodon Diplodocus Dromaeosaurs eggs evolved fast feeding feet in length feet long female ferns ferocious flesh-eaters forest fossils grew ground group of dinosaurs head herbivore herd hiding horns horsetails huge hungry hunter Hypsilophodons Iguanodon insects jaws Jurassic land large dinosaur legs lived lizard long neck looked lumbered male Mamenchisaurus mammals meal meat-eaters Megalosaurus Mesozoic million years ago mother moved name means old Allosaurus Ornithomimus Parasaurolophus Pelorosaurus period plant-eaters plants Polacanthus pterosaurs quickly rain reach realized reptile rest river roared rock Rupert Oliver Illustrated sauropods SAW-rus Scelidosaurus scientists Seepage skeleton sleep soon spikes Stegoceras Stegosaurus strong Suddenly tail teeth Teinurosaurus tooth tree trunk Triassic Triceratops Tyrannosaurus wind wings Written by Rupert Yangchuanosaurs young Ichthyosaurus