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I have to say I was rather disappointed after reading this book. It was nowhere near as in depth on the techniques and principles of how going about such a project could be accomplished. It took until the last three chapters of the book to actually get going on what the book was supposed to be about. I was rather irritated reading in the beginning to the book about Sacagawea, Louis and Clark, and bison. What? This book was supposed to be about evolutionary developmental biology, why was any of that in this book? There's barely any more information (and plenty of irrelevant information) in this book than what can be found from watching the "60 minutes" story with Horner on this subject or the Discovery Channel show that was also made about it. I was expecting a lot more from a book written by the near legondary the Jack Horner.