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By: Rupert Matthews(Author)
120 pages, colour illustrations, includes poster
Publisher: QED Publishing
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  • Dinopedia ISBN: 9781781715093 Hardback Apr 2014 Usually dispatched within 5 days
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Uncover the deadliest of Dinosaurs in this action-packed book and poster pack Dinopedia. You'll come across astounding dinosaur facts and fascinating details of archaeological digs. Learn about the life and habits of dinosaurs, from mothers looking after their eggs at the nursery and baby dinosaurs learning from their parents to power struggles, diet and hunting methods. Fact sheets and images provide interesting and little known facts about the different dinosaur species, including where their fossils were discovered and what archeologists have learnt from their excavations of these bones.

Readers will find out the answers to many burning questions, including: Why did the biggest dinosaurs have the smallest mouths? Who faked a dinosaur discovery? Exactly how big was a Triceratops? Which dinosaurs were the biggest, fastest, and most ferocious? Why did dinosaurs die out? Packed with beautiful illustrations and fascinating information, Dinopedia is a must-have for anyone interested in these incredible creatures.

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By: Rupert Matthews(Author)
120 pages, colour illustrations, includes poster
Publisher: QED Publishing
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