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New research inspired by the Paleontology of Philip J. Currie
Studies on the transition from dinosaurs to birds.
A colorful introduction to the history and study of dinosaur discoveries of Eastern Iberia.
Exciting new research on non-avian theropods.
Travel with a National Geographic photographer around the world and meet the people who hunt dinosaurs.
Jane P. Davidson traces the history of paleontology illustration from the 15th century to the present from the perspective of an art historian.
Describes anatomy, physiology, locomotion, reproduction, and growth of dinosaurs, as well as the origin of birds and the extinction of non-avian dinosaurs.
The ultimate visual guide to prehistoric life!
A riveting saga about the T. rex Sue and the people who found and subsequently lost her.
Written in both German & English, this is the story of 10 years of digging dinosaurs in perhaps the most famous Wyoming bone quarry.
From the nesting strategies of mothers to the first steps of their offspring; from males battling for territory to every creature's struggle for survival in shifting landscapes...
Unearth answers to over 600 commonly asked (and just plain interesting) dinosaur questions
Dramatic color illustrations and photographs feature the Denver Museum of Nature & Science's eight prehistoric habitat dioramas and striking watercolor illustrations that accurately render the animals and plants of the past.
If dinosaurs were alive today what would our world be like?
Scenes from the past 300 million years of the Colorado Front Range.