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Dinosaurs Profiles from a Lost World

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By: Riley Black(Author), Riccardo Frapiccini(Illustrator)
224 pages, colour illustrations
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Dinosaurs were the undisputed rulers of a very long period in the history of our planet; and even today, millions of years after their mass extinction, they amaze and fascinate us with their appearance and their proportions. But how did dinosaurs really live, what did they eat, how did they move about, and what differences existed between their families? The palaeontologist and scientific author Riley Black will guide you through the discovery of some of the most iconic and rarest species of dinosaurs, revealing the history of the discovery of their fossils and providing you with the most up-to-date information that scientific research has made available.

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Riley Black is a science writer and amateur palaeontologist. She has written for Wired, National Geographic, and Scientific American. She is the resident palaeontologist for Jurassic World. The author of several highly awarded books, she has always given her insightful point of view on evolution and dinosaur history and science.

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