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Dinosaur Lives: Unearthing an Evolutionary Saga (Harvest Book)
Dinosaur Lives Unearthing an Evolutionary Saga - Harvest Book
Author: John R. Horner, Edwin Dobb
From the purple phenomenon that is Barney to the blockbuster draw of Jurassic Park, dinosaurs still rule the earth. Dinosaur Lives explores the appeal that dinosaurs have for us, explains the latest scientific research and then takes us into their prehistoric world. As technical adviser for both Jurassic Park and The Lost...  more » John Horner has the perfect vantage point for a discussion of dinosaurs' status as pop icons. As the paleontologist whose discoveries fundamentally changed our perceptions of dinosaurs, he can take us from the far-flung digs to the state-of-the-art labs where MRI scans, DNA testing and other new technologies are generating an explosion of new information about dinosaurs, from what sort of noises they made to how smart they were. In the final section of the book, Horner offers a sweeping, detailed and largely unprecedented vision of the world 709 million years ago -- how dinosaurs evolved, what they ate, how they raised their young, their social structure, their sex lives and more. With his enormously engaging voice and intimate knowledge of dinosaurs, Horner is sure to revolutionize the way we think about dinosaurs yet again. Dinosaur Lives is destined to be another classic.
ISBN-13: 9780156006071
ISBN-10: 0156006073
Publication Date: 6/1998
Pages: 244
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Publisher: Harvest Books
Book Type: Paperback
Other Versions: Hardcover
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Provides mor questions for the unsettled issues in paleontology. The second half is a really good read. 1st half kind of gets bogged down in where and when he hunted bones too much.