The Complete Idiot's Guide to DinosaurseBook - 1998
You're no idiot, of course. You've seen Jurassic Park--or at least a couple of Godzilla thrillers--and you know a T-rex from a pterodacty! But standing in the shadow of a full-sized skeleton in a museum, you feel a little intimidated: Where did the dinosaurs go? And is there a chance they'll ever return? Don't worry--no one has cloned a dinosaur yet! After reading The Complete Idiot's Guide to Dinosaurs, you'll be able to distinguish fact from fiction without getting a degree in paleo--geology. In this Complete Idiot's Guide, you'll find:
Baker & Taylor
Explores the habits of different dinosaur species, explains how paleontologists assemble skeletons, and compares opposing theories on the dinosaurs' extinction
Provides in-depth information about dinosaurs, discussing their eating habits, physical characteristics, and reproductive systems, while exploring the portrayal of these ancient reptiles in movies and books throughout the years. Original.