Travel back to the prehistoric world and discover the most fascinating parts of the lives of Earth's most awe-inspiring creatures – the dinosaurs.
Dr Dean Lomax brings these prehistoric creatures to life in ten bite-sized essays, written for people short on time but not curiosity. Making big ideas simple, Dean takes readers on a journey to uncover what makes a dinosaur a dinosaur, what dinosaurs ate, how they evolved, what caused them to go extinct, and more!
Perfect for anyone fascinated by the dinosaur exhibits at museums, palaeontology and fans of Jurassic Park.
Dr Dean Lomax is an internationally recognised multi-award-winning palaeontologist, author and science communicator. Travelling around the world, he works on many fascinating projects from excavating dinosaurs, to discovering and naming new species, and regularly appearing on TV & Radio as an expert and presenter, including for the primetime series Dinosaur Britain. He has written several books, many academic papers and popular articles, is a leading world authority on ichthyosaurs and earned his PhD at The University of Manchester, England. He is a patron of the UK Association of Fossil Hunters and Mary Anning Rocks.