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What Color Were Prehistoric Sharks and Rays?

By: Mike Fredericks(Illustrator), Tracy Lee Ford(Illustrator)
56 pages, b/w illustrations
What Color Were Prehistoric Sharks and Rays?
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This is the second in a continuing series of prehistoric animal colouring books brought to you by Mike Fredericks (editor of Prehistoric Times Magazine, the longest running dinosaur/prehistoric animal magazine), and Tracy Lee Ford (self-taught palaeontologist, and palaeoartist). This book covers more than 50 different fossil sharks and rays, some of which are very strange looking. Also, there is a pronouncing guide for the scientific names. We did our best to show the sharks as accurately as possible, and used the most current research. Nowhere else will you find 50 different prehistoric sharks to colour.

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By: Mike Fredericks(Illustrator), Tracy Lee Ford(Illustrator)
56 pages, b/w illustrations
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