The Early Cretaceous

The Early Cretaceous

Notes, Drawings, and Observations From Prehistory

Book - 2015
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The Early Cretaceous brings readers closer to prehistoric life than ever before. What would it be like to see a living, breathing dinosaur? By combining the latest paleontological findings with highly detailed, intimate drawings of wildlife from the Early Cretaceous, readers will look into the eyes of some of the most fascinating creatures to ever inhabit the earth. Written and illustrated in the style of a naturalist's notebook, the viewer will be given a first-hand account of what it is like to stand alongside everything from the first birds to flying dinosaurs to some of the largest creatures ever to walk the earth. Through detailed illustrations and descriptive narrative, readers will discover how some dinosaurs survived polar blizzards, while others were able to pump blood five stories high to reach their brains. While many books on prehistoric life lump dinosaurs into the general timeline of the Mesozoic Period, no book currently dissects plant and animal life during one specific period. This allows the book to explore wildlife seldom featured in publications, many of them recent discoveries. The Early Cretaceous is backed by the research of one of paleontology's most acclaimed theorists, giving the book the most up to date scientific interpretation regarding animal behaviors, interactions, and recreations.-- source other than Library of Congress.
Publisher: Lake Forest, CA : Walter Foster Jr., 2015
ISBN: 9781633220331
1633220338
Branch Call Number: J 560.17 ALONSO
Characteristics: 112 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 31 cm
Additional Contributors: Paul, Gregory S - Author

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ArapahoeKati Sep 14, 2016

These dinosaurs leap out at you from the pages. Just enough facts to keep your brain sharp, but what really makes this book fun is its field journal style, making you feel like you're really observing dinosaurs. Sure to appeal to any future paleontologists.


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ArapahoeKati Sep 14, 2016

These dinosaurs leap out at you from the pages. Just enough facts to keep your brain sharp, but what really makes this book fun is its field journal style, making you feel like you're really observing dinosaurs. Sure to appeal to any future paleontologists.

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