Meet Caudipteryx

Author: Sheryn Knight
Editor: Cavendish Square Publishing, LLC
ISBN: 1627126112
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Curious readers will learn about the life and times of the feathered Caudipteryx. This volume features incredible illustrations of its habitat, feeding habits, mating, and life cycle. Detailed anatomy visuals bring this creature from that past into sharp focus.

Meet Edmontosaurus

Author: Sheryn Knight
Editor: Cavendish Square Publishing, LLC
ISBN: 162712621X
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This visually-stunning book provides cool details on the body, habitat, feeding habits, life cycle, and mating of the Edmontosaurus.

Meet Brachiosaurus

Author: Mark Cunningham
Editor: Cavendish Square Publishing, LLC
ISBN: 1627126015
File Size: 53,92 MB
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This book presents the mighty Brachiosaurus. Readers will explore this species in detail, learning about its era, life cycle, source of food, predators, and defense. Detailed anatomy diagrams present both the inside and outside of the Brachiosaurus, and additional graphics demonstrate variations within the species, the size of the animal versus man, and the size and behavior of this dinosaur's young.

Feathered Dinosaurs

Author: Don Lessem
Editor: Millbrook Press
ISBN: 0822532824
File Size: 52,13 MB
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"Dino" Don Lessem brings readers face-to-face with various dinosaur species, detailing their habitats, way of life and how they became extinct. An acclaimed dinosaur expert, Don Lessem has written more than 30 children's books, writes a popular dinosaur column in Highlights magazine, and was an adviser for Jurassic Park. Take a trip through dinosaur time to meet these feathered dinosaurs face to face: The Caudipteryx had feathered arms and a tail that looked like a pom-pom! The Sinovenator may have used colorful feathers to attract a mate! The Microraptor may have used its feathers to glide or even fly! Plus, you'll get to know Beipiaosaurus, Epidendrosaurus, Protarchaeopteryx, Sinosauropteryx, and Velociraptor.

Rotunda

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Britannica Year In Review 2002

Author: Encyclopedia Britannica
Editor: Encyclopaedia Britannica
ISBN: 9780852299579
File Size: 28,32 MB
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Offers a chronological listing of noteworthy events, biographical sketches and obituaries, and summaries of major developments in the arts, science, technology, society, popular culture, and each country of the world.

American Paleontologist

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Dinosaurios Con Plumas Feathered Dinosaurs

Author: Don Lessem
Editor: ediciones Lerner
ISBN: 9780822572053
File Size: 33,89 MB
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"Dino" Don Lessem brings readers face-to-face with various dinosaur species, detailing their habitats, way of life and how they became extinct. An acclaimed dinosaur expert, Don Lessem has written more than 30 children's books, writes a popular dinosaur column in Highlights magazine, and was an adviser for Jurassic Park. Take a trip through dinosaur time to meet these feathered dinosaurs face to face: The Caudipteryx had feathered arms and a tail that looked like a pom-pom! The Sinovenator may have used colorful feathers to attract a mate! The Microraptor may have used its feathers to glide or even fly! Plus, you'll get to know Beipiaosaurus, Epidendrosaurus, Protarchaeopteryx, Sinosauropteryx, and Velociraptor.

School Library Journal

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In The Days Of Dinosaurs

Author: Howard Temperley
Editor: Ideals Publications
ISBN: 9780824967598
File Size: 29,79 MB
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Presents a collection of poems that cover the history of dinosaurs.

Evolution And Mormonism

Author: Trent D. Stephens
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Scientists discover more every day about how life developed on Earth. Details that stream in from the new field of molecular biology rival the ongoing findings of paleontologists as they fill in the missing pieces in the fossil record. Professors Stephens and Meldrum, aided by the perspective of a non-scientist, Forrest B. Peterson, review the data for a general Latter-day Saint audience. Their approach comes from a position of faith. They quote from the Creation account in the Pearl of Great Price: ”And the Gods said: Let us prepare the waters to bring forth abundantly the moving creatures that have life. And the Gods saw that they would be obeyed and that their plan was good.” In the authors' view, the passage's emphasis on process over end result is consistent with modern science. According to the LDS church, “Whether the mortal bodies of man evolved in natural processes to present perfection” or were formed by some other means is “not fully answered in the revealed word of God.” That God may have created the mechanism by which all life was formed—rather than each organism separately—is a concept that the authors find to be a satisfying and awe-inspiring possibility.

Dinosaurs

Author: Christopher Andrew Brochu
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ISBN: 9781877019128
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A Guide to Dinosaurs presents a thorough introduction to the creatures that dominated the Earth for 160 million years in the Mesozoic ear.

Sphaerica

Author: Theodosius
Editor: Franz Steiner Verlag Wiesbaden gmbh
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Theodosius' 'Sphaerica', on the geometry of the sphere, was one of many Greek mathematical works translated into Arabic in ninth-century Baghdad. It was also one of the mathematical works translated from Arabic into Latin in the twelfth century as part of the 'Little Renaissance' in the West. In this book one Arabic translation is edited, accompanied by Gerard of Cremona's Latin translation. The edition is followed by a mathematical summary for modern readers. This parallel Arabic-Latin edition can be regarded as a model for the treatment of scientific texts from classical antiquity that have reached us through a series of translations.