Dinosaur Discoveries

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The first of its kind, Dinosaur Discoveries features a multitude of never before seen specimens.

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Sixty-one new dinosaurs, found or described during the past twenty years, are covered in this fun and intriguing new collection. Many recent discoveries regarding the appearance of dinosaurs have been made because of the careful attention now being paid to dinosaur skin impressions, which are portrayed through Stout's unparalleled depictions and commentary. Several dinosaurs in this book are covered in feathers, while others sport previously unknown body decorations. Each dinosaur is rendered in its natural environment by paleoartist and author, William Stout. Illustrations are accompanied by exciting new dinosaur facts which define each species' name, family, and diet. Also given are the eras when each dinosaur lived, the location and time of discovery, plus other descriptive traits. Authoritative knowledge, gleaned from many of the world's leading paleontologists, combined with William Stout's natural storytelling ability brings the world of dinosaurs to you in a fun and enlightening journey. So join in the adventure of exploring dinosaurs and their world. This collection is intended for all ages, and serves to satisfy the most enthusiastic dinosaur fans.

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Author William Stout
Publisher Flesk Publications
Page Count 144pp
Publication Size 8.5 x 11
Publication Notes softcover, color
Publication Date March 1, 2010
ISBN 978-1933865225

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