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Incredible photographs cover the story of STAN. Collectible guide book for the 1995 T. rex World Exposition in Japan.
A riveting saga about the T. rex Sue and the people who found and subsequently lost her.
Color your own field guide and make nature come alive!
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...
New research on the giants of the Age of Dinosaurs.
Exciting new research on non-avian theropods.
New finds and current research on horned and beaked dinosaurs.
The incredible story of the dinosaurs and other animals and plants that lived in the American West 150 million years ago.
Among the many dramatic events discussed in the fifth supplement are the discovery of what may be the largest Jurassic theropod specimen yet collected!
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.
Presents a broad range of cutting-edge research on the functional biology, behavior, systematics, paleoecology, and the paleogeography of the horned dinosaurs.
Among the many dramatic events discussed and updated in this supplement, are the discoveries of a basal titanosaur that may be the largest dinosaur yet found in China!
Unearth answers to over 600 commonly asked (and just plain interesting) dinosaur questions
Describes anatomy, physiology, locomotion, reproduction, and growth of dinosaurs, as well as the origin of birds and the extinction of non-avian dinosaurs.
If dinosaurs were alive today what would our world be like?