Encyclopedia of Theropods

Theropod dinosaurs ruled the planet for millions of years, with species ranging from the mighty Tyrannosaurus rex to feathered raptors no bigger than turkeys. The Encyclopedia of Dinosaurs: The Theropods is the definitive guide to the iconic theropod dinosaurs, with stunning colour reconstructions of T-Rex, Velociraptor and many more.

 

This one-of-a-kind compendium features more than 3,000 records, covers some 750 theropod species, and includes hundreds of illustrations, diagrams and technical drawings. The book puts a wealth of amazing theropod knowledge at your fingertips, including:

 

Full-colour reconstructions of creatures from each period

  • Vivid, user-friendly graphics
  • Detailed size comparisons
  • Chronologies of when they lived and were discovered
  • Maps of the ancient continents
  • Theropod distribution on the contemporary world map

 

It also includes comprehensive illustrated listings of footprints, bones, teeth, feathers and other physical specifications of all known theropods and Mesozoic birds.

 

‘An excellent book, that has been lovingly crafted by a dedicated team of researchers and artists. It provides a comprehensive overview of what is arguably one of the most successful type of tetrapod to have ever evolved. We are delighted that this book is now available in English and we are happy to recommend it.' -- Everything Dinosaur

'Throughout you'll find excellent illustrations that give readers an idea of how each species might have looked... such an up-to-date, detailed book has never been created before... If you want to know everything about the largest and smallest of the theropods, this is the book for you.' -- How It Works

 

£30.00
  • by Ruben Molina-Perez and Asier Larramendi
  • illustarted by Andrey Atuchin and Sante Mazzei
  • hardback
  • 288 pages
  • 29.8 x 24 cm
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