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The Future of Dinosaurs The Continuing Search for What We Don't Know

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By: David Hone(Author)
The Future of Dinosaurs
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  • The Future of Dinosaurs ISBN: 9781473692244 Hardback Feb 2022 Available for pre-order : Due Feb 2022
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Palaeontologist Dr David Hone tells us everything we know about dinosaurs – and everything we don't yet know. We have made more discoveries about dinosaurs in the last 20 years than we have in the previous 200, and there is a wealth of cutting-edge research that has never been written about before, from their skin (some had feathers) to their extinction (the myth of the meteorite), much of which is David's own personal research and discovery. In The Future of Dinosaurs Dr David Hone shows us the extraordinary advances in palaeontological research that are starting to fill in these gaps, and sets out the future of dinosaurs for the next generation.

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Dr David Hone is a palaeontologist, writer and lecturer at Queen Mary, University of London. His research focuses on the behaviour and ecology of the dinosaurs and their flying relatives, the pterosaurs. He writes about dinosaurs for the Guardian, the Telegraph, National Geographic and the Huffington Post.

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