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Prehistoric Monsters The Real and Imagined Creatures of the Past That We Love to Fear

Popular Science
By: Allen A Debus
332 pages, 50 photos
Publisher: McFarland
Prehistoric Monsters
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  • Prehistoric Monsters ISBN: 9780786442812 Paperback Dec 2009 Out of stock: Usually dispatched within 2-3 weeks
Price: £32.95
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Over centuries, discoveries of fossil bones spawned legends of mythological monsters such as giants and dragons. As the field of earth sciences matured during the 19th century, early fossilists gained appreciation for prehistoric creatures such as Tyrannosaurus, Triceratops and Stegosaurus.

This historical study examines how these genuine beasts morphed in the public imagination into mythical, powerful engines of destruction and harbingers of cataclysm, taking their place in popular culture, film, and literature as symbols of lost worlds where time stands still.

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Allen A. Debus is an environmental chemist project manager and a dinosaur sculptor. He is a contributing editor of Fossil News: Journal of Avocational Paleontology and writes regularly for Prehistoric Times. He lives in Hanover Park, Illinois.

Popular Science
By: Allen A Debus
332 pages, 50 photos
Publisher: McFarland
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