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The Dinosaur Hunters The Extraordinary Story of the Discovery of Prehistoric Life

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By: Lowell Dingus(Author), Mark A Norell(Editor)
144 pages, colour & b/w photos, b/w illustrations
The Dinosaur Hunters
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  • The Dinosaur Hunters ISBN: 9780233005430 Hardback 2021 Available for pre-order : Due May 2021
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Dinosaur bones had been found for centuries before scientists understood what they were and what creatures they came from. Ancient Chinese writings speak of 'dragon' bones, and large fossils discovered in the UK were thought to belong to human giants. It was only with the exploration and meticulous research of generations of intrepid palaeontologists that the truth about dinosaurs was discovered.

The Dinosaur Hunters tells the story of these discoverers of prehistoric life, and the revelations found through their research. Illustrated with 30 rare documents, photographs and hand-drawn maps, The Dinosaur Hunters explores the unearthing of Iguanodon teeth, the discovery of the first flying dinosaur, the infamous Bone Wars and Mark Norell's radical study of feathered dinosaurs. This is a tale of daring exploits, luck, science and wanderlust, and of the thrilling lives and work of heroic scientists and adventurers.

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Dr Lowell Dingus is a Research Associate in Paleontology at the AMNH. He has participated in many expeditions and in 1997 he co-led the team that discovered the first sauropod dinosaur embryos in Argentina. Dr Dingus has written Barnum Brown: The Man Who Discovered Tyrannosaurs rex (2010) and Dinosaur Eggs Discovered (2007).

Popular Science
By: Lowell Dingus(Author), Mark A Norell(Editor)
144 pages, colour & b/w photos, b/w illustrations
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