Create your own colourful dinosaurs with the Natural History Museum's new book for young dinosaur enthusiasts, Dinosaur Colouring Book. It contains 15 scenes from the Palaeozoic era featuring T. rex, Spinosaurus, Diplodocus and many more. Drawing activities and games make learning fun, while step-by-step instructions explain how to draw your own dinosaurs. Scientists are only just starting to work out the colour of dinosaurs from dinosaur fossils. There were probably dinosaurs of all different colours like reptiles and birds today. So throughout the book readers can make them any colour or pattern that they like. With lots of amazing bite-size facts throughout, this is a brilliant introduction to the rulers of the prehistoric world.
The book is fully checked and approved by the world-renowned Department of Palaeontology at the Natural History Museum, London. The Palaeontology Department has a staff of researchers and curators who care for over nine million specimens charting the evolution of life. They are also engaged in a variety of scientific research that focuses on the study of fossils through time, from answering key questions about evolution, to using the fossil record to understand the prehistoric environment and predict how modern organisms might respond to current climate change.