Extreme Dinosaurs! Q & A

Extreme Dinosaurs! Q & A

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A children's series endorsed by the Smithsonian Institution answers questions kids ask about subjects that are of interest to them, while each title also provides links to Smithsonian websites, interviews with a Smithsonian Specialist, great photos, and accessible text.

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Some dinosaurs were extremely big—with a body longer than a basketball court or teeth the size of bananas. Some dinosaurs were extremely small—no bigger than a crow. Dinosaurs lived extremely long ago—millions of years before there were people. But some dinosaur descendants might be looking in your window right now!

Meat eaters and plant eaters, big and small, scaly or feathered—all kinds of dinosaurs once lived on Earth. Find out how they hunted, raised their young, and kept themselves safe. Learn why they died out—if they really did! Full of facts, pictures, and links to the Internet, Extreme Dinosaurs! Q&A will answer important questions about these fascinating creatures from long ago.



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Describes large and small dinosaurs, meat and plant eaters, and other information about dinosaurs based on questions from kids, and includes an interview with a paleontologist, a time line and a glossary, and links to Smithsonian websites.

Publisher: New York : Collins, 2007
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780060899714
9780060899677
0060899670
0060899719
Characteristics: 1 v. (unpaged) : col. ill. ; 26 cm
Additional Contributors: Smithsonian Institution

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