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Academic & Professional Books  Palaeontology  Palaeontology: General

Dinosaur Hunters

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32 pages, Illus
Dinosaur Hunters
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  • Dinosaur Hunters ISBN: 9780565092290 Hardback Mar 2008 Out of Print #180445
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Every budding young palaeontologist will want to join the hunt to discover the ferocious rulers of the prehistoric world with this exciting interactive guide. Packed with things to find, open and uncover, Dinosaur Hunters is a fun introduction to these fabulous creatures, from the vicious pack-hunting Velociraptors to the terrifying T. rex. Lift the flaps and labels, pull the tabs, feel the textured fossils and absorb all the fascinating facts to become a real dinosaur expert. Then find the secret drawer embedded in the book itself filled with fantastic activities: stickers, a postcard, an easy-to-assemble T. rex model and more.
The book features key historical discoveries made by famous palaeontologists and explorers. Find out how 19th century adventurers pieced together dinosaur bones like a jigsaw, and how 21st century computer programmes can demonstrate how dinosaurs walked, fought and hunted their prey. With interactive pages and hidden treasures, this fascinating guide has everything a young dinosaur explorer could possibly wish for.

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Out of Print
32 pages, Illus
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