Planet Dinosaur

Ten years ago, Walking with Dinosaurs brought this prehistoric species to life with groundbreaking CGI and new science Since then we have entered into a golden age of dinosaur discoveries and in this explosive book to accompany the landmark BBC series, we discover monstrous, horrific and bizarre dinosaurs than we ve ever known before.The opening up of new aTen years ago, Walking with Dinosaurs brought this prehistoric species to life with groundbreaking CGI and new science Since then we have entered into a golden age of dinosaur discoveries and in this explosive book to accompany the landmark BBC series, we discover monstrous, horrific and bizarre dinosaurs than we ve ever known before.The opening up of new areas of the world such as China and Africa have led to a huge increase in our knowledge We have discovered the biggest plant eating dinosaurs that ever lived, the giant carnivores which fed on them, and the weird and wonderful creatures that evolved over millennia, adapting to dominate every corner of the Earth.With incredible CGI artwork and fascinating scientific discoveries, Planet Dinosaur brings to life a terrifying prehistoric world of giants, killers, feathered beasts and sea monsters in extraordinary detail.
Planet Dinosaur Ten years ago Walking with Dinosaurs brought this prehistoric species to life with groundbreaking CGI and new science Since then we have entered into a golden age of dinosaur discoveries and in this

  • Title: Planet Dinosaur
  • Author: BBC
  • ISBN: 9781849900935
  • Page: 444
  • Format: Hardcover
  • 1 thought on “Planet Dinosaur”

    1. Concentrating on graphics, this book describes many of the paleontological discoveries over the last thirty years. The concentration is on the large dinosaurs and on the predators. Each featured animal is shown in it's environment, describing anatomy, locomotion and feeding. Often the chapter starts with a herbivore, moving to a predator and showing how the predator-prey interaction may have played out. Good reading, as it gives the reader a "real life" feel for each dinosaur.

    2. Ashamed to say that this is another one I've had since it was published and hadn't done more than flick through and look at the pictures, until now. Lots of information and pictures in here - both photos of fossils and artwork of what the dinosaurs may have looked like. I learnt a lot reading this. There are so many dinosaurs in here that I had not heard of - it covered less known species rather than the ones that we've all heard of. Loved it and will no doubt flick through again, soon.

    3. I have owned this book for a few years now. Illustrations are good, contains adequate info but this specific book meant best for kids still in primary school and up. Still an alright read

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