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An ESSENTIAL book to have for any Zoologist/Paleontologist. This book is a fantastic well detailed introductory guide to Dinosaurs and their ancestors. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Lawrence Gonzalez
A very useful book. I recommend it, to all "dinolovers".
With best wishes from Poland
An excellent book for both experts and beginners like myself!Published 5 months ago by Vitor Alex Oliveira Alves
A book for the fans of dinosaurs who aren't into all the technical issues. Explains the many types of dinosaurs and their related non-dinosaur cousins often mistaken for dinosaurs. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Al B.
A good overall read. There are good descriptions of the differences between dinosaurs, making it a good research book. My only issue is the style of writing. I own one of Dr. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Patrick Shay, JR
The book is absolutely monstrous. It's more than a thousand pages of Dinosaurian goodness. Written by dozens of scientists, all experts in different aspects of Dinosaur science. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Ethan Cowgill
Not quite what I expected since it is a collection of technical articles on various dinosaurs, locations and the history of dinosaur research with lots of notes. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Wyo JOT
Finally, a popular book about dinosaurs for intelligent adults. Hopefully your ten year old child won't understand the chapters or at least, would be bored. Read morePublished 21 months ago by WhadaIknow