|Dictionary of Dinosaurs is a fact-packed guide to the prehistoric world, from the Triassic to the Cretaceous – as well as from A to Z.|
Learn about the biggest, most fearsome, and strangest dinosaurs that ever lived, with up-to-date facts from real dino-experts. Featuring firm favourites such as T. rex, Ankylosaurus and Triceratops, as well as lesser-known beasts like the Baryonyx, the Rugops and the Shanag, there's no dino left behind in this comprehensive guide.
Dictionary of Dinosaurs also includes a timeline, showing which dinosaurs lived when and where, and how the Earth has changed over millions of years. A 'How to Use this Book' page explains all you need to know for this to become your go-to guide to the dinosaur kingdom – each entry includes a fact file, scale diagram, Latin names and pronunciations. Best of all, each page is filled with colourful, eye-popping illustrations of the dinosaurs, based on the most modern research.
Dictionary of Dinosaurs is a must-have addition to the bookshelf of any budding dinosaur-expert.
Dr. Matthew G Baron currently works at the Department of Earth Sciences, University of Cambridge. Matthew does research in Paleontology, Anatomy and Zoology. His current project is "Early Evolution of Dinosaurs".