The Natural History Museum Book of Dinosaurs

The Natural History Museum Book of Dinosaurs

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For 160 million years, dinosaurs were the most successful and diverse creatures to dominate the Earth. This book is based on the world-famous fossil collections and permanent "Dinosaurs" exhibition at London's Natural History Museum. Written by two experts from one of the world's leading Paleontology departments, this book features hundreds of color photos and illustrations that reveal the astonishing variety of life that proliferated in the Mesozoic Era--the Age of Dinosaurs. Tim Gardom has researched several major exhibitions, including The Natural History Museum's acclaimed "Dinosaurs." Angela Milner is Head of Fossil Vertebrates at The Natural History Museum.
Publisher: London : Carlton, 2000
ISBN: 9781842220030
Additional Contributors: Milner, Angela


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