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Age of the Dinosaur

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Encounter life on Earth millions of years ago with this fun and fact-filled activity book about dinosaurs and the world in which they lived.

ISBN: 978 0 565 09285 6

Author: Steve Parker

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Age of the Dinosaur

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Enjoy fascinating facts, dinosaur discoveries and fun puzzles and games in this colourful book. Find out what life was like on Earth millions of years ago when the planet was a very different place.

See what the world looked like and how it changed, which incredible creatures, plants and animals lived there, who survived to live another day and how scientists know all this.

  • Watch out for giant claws, fossil droppings, and teeth as thick as big bananas
  • Get to grips with squishy sponges, killer crocodiles and sea monsters bigger than buses
  • Meet the world’s first known bird and the deadly animal that may have terrified the terrible T.rex
  • Discover who lived when and who ate what in fun dinosaur puzzles and games
  • Find out why all the dinosaurs disappeared forever and who survived after they were gone

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