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This book takes a very simple look at the Brachiosaurus dinosaur, examining what it looked like, what it ate, how it behaved, and its special skills and features such as its very long neck. The book also discusses how we know about Brachiosaurus today, showing where fossils are found and how scientists put them together.
Iguanodon was a speedy dinosaur that could get moving on either two or four legs. The second dinosaur ever discovered in fossils, Iguanodon lived on every continent on the planet, except Antarctica. Colorful images, maps, fun facts and engaging text supported by Smithsonian experts introduce readers to a time when this peaceful plant eater populated the Earth.
Boom! Crack! The mighty Diplodocus thundered through the Jurassic Period. With its massive size and built in whip for a tail, predators stayed clear. Fun facts, charts, sidebars, and engaging images help readers learn all about one of the longest dinosaurs to ever walk the earth!
This book provides a simple and fun introduction to fossils, discussing different kinds of fossils, exploring how and why they have formed, how they have changed over time, their appearance and properties. With the help of some Rock Solid! facts that provide cool examples, the book will show you how amazing fossils can be: from the prehistoric woolly mammoth body in Siberia and dinosaur remains to petrified forests.