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Science of Killer Dinosaurs, The : The Bloodcurdling Truth About T. rex and Other Theropods

Series: The Science of...

by Steve Parker, Illustrated By Caroline Romanet


Franklin Watts
September 2017


Non-Fiction
Ages 8 – 18 . Grades 3 – 12

Lexile measure: 1070L


The theropod group of dinosaurs saw the biggest, fiercest predators that ever walked the Earth - and also some of the smallest, which were nevertheless incredibly deadly for their size. Hundreds of kinds of these killers existed through the Age of Dinosaurs, from about 230 to 66 million years ago. In this book, readers can learn all about the world in which these predators lived, their physical characteristics, and how they hunted and survived.
Steve Parker

Author of more than 250 books on all aspects of science and nature, the majority for children, from dinosaurs to the latest in space

Also editor or consultant on another 100

Publishers range from the Smithsonian and DK to Rodale, WWF, London Natural History Museum, Penguin, etc.

Qualifications include Senior Scientific Fellow of the Zoological Society of London

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$29.00

ISBN: 9780531258316

32pp. | 8-½ x 9-½