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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 3 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 5 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 7 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 14 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 18 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 19 months ago by WhadaIknow
Let's say you have read the delightful _My Beloved Brontosaurus_ by Brian Switek and you find yourself hankering for more facts and scientific insight. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Rob Hardy