Saturday, May 14, 2022

National Geographic Kids Ultimate Dino-Pedia The Most Complete Dinosaur Reference Ever Second Edition By Dr. Darren Naish and Illustrated by Franco Tempesta




 May 17th is International Dino Day! National Geographic Kids Ultimate Dino-Pedia The Most Complete Dinosaur Reference Ever Second Edition By Dr. Darren Naish and Illustrated by Franco Tempesta. Dinosaurs continue to fascinate kids, and although these amazing creatures roamed the Earth ages ago, new dinosaur discoveries are still being made today! 




The new edition of the popular Nat Geo Kids Dinopedia includes all the latest species and is the most complete, up-to-date dinosaur reference available. Find favorites, like the fierce T-rex and the gentle Brontosaurus, plus audacious new finds, like the Anzu, Kosmoceratops, and Yi.



Every dino profile is colorfully illustrated and features descriptions of when they roamed the Earth, how they lived, what they ate, and more. There are more than 600 dinos featured in all, including 10 profiles of recently discovered dinosaurs and new entries in the Dino Dictionary. Reports from paleontologists present the latest news and insights from the field.

My Opinion: This hard-cover book has so many facts and the color illustration is amazing, I just love his work.

Micro-Pachycephalosaurus means tiny thick-headed lizard, 83 to 73 million years ago, Late Cretaceous, china, very incomplete skeleton, 1.5 feet to 3 feet long.

See more at https://www.amazon.com/National-Geographic-Ultimate-Dinopedia-Second/dp/1426329059



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