Dragon bones and dinosaur eggs: a photobiography of explorer Roy Chapman Andrews
A biography of the great explorer-adventurer, who discovered huge finds of dinosaur bones in Mongolia, pioneered modern paleontology field research, and became the director of the American Museum of Natural History.
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adventure American Museum Andrews knew Andrews planned Andrews returned Andrews wrote Andrews's bandits became Beloit College Berkey bones Bumpus California gray whale camel caravan Central Asiatic Expeditions China Courtesy of Beloit courtesy of George desert dinosaur eggs director discoveries earlier excavation expedition team field fieldwork finding fossils five expeditions Flaming Cliffs floors former palace fossils fossils found George Borup Andrews Gobi hauled helped Henry Fairfield Osborn Hubbard Medal J. B. Shackelford later Lucky Star mammals meeting spot Merin's camels Merin's caravan Mongolia Monty motor Museum of Natural National Geographic Society Natural History AMNH nearby Osborn Oviraptor paleontologist pets Pondwood Farm Protoceratops returned to Asia Robert Peary rocks Roy Chapman Andrews Roy's sand sandstorm scientific scientists season shore skeleton snakes species stories studying whales taxidermy tent traveled trip vehicles Velociraptor Viper Camp Walter Granger weather whales in Japan Wisconsin York