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Presents a set of cards which cover different species of dinosaurs, including vital statistics such as height, habitat and the period in which they lived.
Since life on Earth began, animals and plants have died out, never to exist again. Discover the reasons for extinction and how new life evolves. Learn why the dinosaurs disappeared and how humans became so successful, then read case stories of individual creatures that have died out. Most importantly, find out which animals living today could be gone tomorrow.
100 Facts on prehistoric life will help you to discover everything you need to know about ancient animals.
Lets you open the flaps and see dinosaurs leap off the page. This title also lets you see Tyrannosaurus striding through the rainforest, Corythosaurus reaching up to feed from tree tops, and Suchomimus wading through swamp lands.
From the mighty brachiosaurus to the fearsome tyrannosaurus, children will love discovering the biggest and most powerful dinosaurs that ever walked the Earth (and some of the littlest too). Extra long fold-out pages show some of the longest, heaviest and most terrifying creatures of all.
Dinosaurs fascinate young children. "The Big Book of Dinosaurs" is a colourful catalogue of these mysterious creatures from the past that will keep even toddlers entertained for hours. Children will love spotting all the different dinosaurs - from the fierce meat-eating Tyrannosaurus and the long-necked plant-eating Diplodocus to the heavily armoured Stegosaurus and the city Compsognathus.
Covering the Triassic, Jurassic and Cretaceous periods, this book offers a clear and simple visual introduction to the weirdest, smallest and scariest dinosaurs of all time. It is suitable for children from 5-8 discovering dinosaurs for the first time.
Children can recreate a Triceratops, Diplodocus, Tyrannosaurus-Rex and more. Includes statistics on when each dinosaur lived, what they ate and how big they were.
Dinosaurs are back. Say hello to the Giganotosaurus, the Velociraptor, and Tyrannosaurus rex. Ready yourself for the deadly horns of the Zuniceratops and the razor sharp tail of the Tuojiangosaurus
The perfect book for young dinosaur lovers, this interactive atlas is full of colourful maps that reveal where dinosaurs lived during different periods of prehistory, plus vibrant scenes that describe their habitat. Sprinkled with stunning dinosaur icons and stickers to decorate the maps and scenes, the colourfully illustrated atlas is crammed with interactive fun. With a dinosaur spotters guide and quiz; a fold-out poster of dinosaur fossils; a card model of a dinosaur to build and play with; plus over 150 cool stickers, this is a fun and engaging introduction to the world of dinosaurs!
A visual encyclopedia covering the entire range of prehistoric animal life for younger readers. It includes commissioned photos of the world's best and most complete dinosaur fossils, on location in North America and Europe.
This is an identification guide to the most important and best known dinosaurs. Do you know the difference between a Coelophysis and a Diplodocus? How much larger than a human was a Spinosarus? Is it likely that the Parasaurolophus made a sound like a trombone? All these questions and many more are answered in "Collins Gem Dinosaurs", a highly illustrated guide to the world's very wild life hundreds of millions of years ago. A fully illustrated guide to the lost world of dinosaurs, the book provides descriptions of the most significant features and habits of these fascinating prehistoric reptiles, with profiles of nearly 70 dinosaurs, which include in-depth looks at how dinosaurs lived, from keeping warm to moving about. For each species information is given on: what they ate; how their size compares to ours; how they behaved; and where they lived. The book also includes explanations of what the dinosaur names mean and how to pronounce them.
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