By: HJ McGinnis
120 pages, Illus
Using specimens from the Carnegie Museum's world-famous Dinosaur Hall as examples, this book gives a detailed description of each dinosaur. It also describes how Andrew Carnegie's interest in dinosaurs catapulted the Museum into the forefront of palaeontology.
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