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Navigators: Dinosaurs

Navigators: Dinosaurs

Navigators

by David Burnie

Kingfisher

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Where did dinosaurs come from, and what killed them off? How good were their senses, and how did their coloring help them in the wild? And how do we know what they looked like anyway? These questions and dozens more are answered in this fascinating look at all things dinosaur. Using a combination of the latest information and eye-popping digital artwork, as well as web links, movie and book quotes to take the learning beyond the book, this reference is perfect for today's aspiring paleontologists.

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Praise for Navigators: Dinosaurs

“[An] attractive volume. . . consisting mainly of captions, color photos, and artwork that is almost 3D in appearance. Glossaries and indexes and a final page pointing the way to futher resources in books, films, websites, and museums [strategically] appear.” —School Library Journal

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by David Burnie

David Burnie studied zoology and botany at the University of Bristol in England, and has worked as a nature reserve ranger and biologist. He has written and contributed to many award-winning books and multimedia titles, and has acted as a consultant and scriptwriter for many natural history programmes. He is an avid birdwatcher, botanist and bughunter.

David Burnie

Kingfisher

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