Stegosaurus: An extraordinary specimen and the secrets it reveals

Paul Barrett delves deep into the mysteries of the Stegosaurus, an armoured dinosaur that lived 156 – 144 million years ago.


The incredible specimen that dominates the Earth Hall in the Natural History Museum in London is the most intact stegosaurus fossil ever found.


Measuring nearly six meters from head to tail, around 90% of the skeleton is preserved, making it incredibly rare.


This book explains what the experts studying the skeleton have uncovered since its arrival in the Museum in 2013, accompanied by up-close imagery and special photography to illustrate the key findings.

  • by Paul Barrett
  • published in association with the Natural History Museum
  • hardback
  • 20.3 x 20.3 cm
  • 108 pages 
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