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A Field Guide to Mesozoic Birds and Other Winged Dinosaurs By Matthew Martyniuk
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A comprehensive illustrated guide to the birds of the Jurassic and Cretaceous periods and their dinosaurian forebears. Each species is illustrated in multiple views with size and distinguishing... More > features highlighted. Includes introduction summarizing current research into bird origins and evolution, and what we know (and don't know) about the life appearance and habits of the first birds.< Less
It Just Doesn't Look Right!!! By Derick Mack Virgil, PhD, Derick Mack Virgil, PhD
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Have you ever looked closely at the reconstructed T-Rex in a museum? Look in this book and you may find what the author found...the reconstruction... well, "It Just Doesn't Look Right!"... More > Comparing the upper limbs of the T-Rex to other large land animals and birds Paleontological facts and ancient legends, leads to a rather interesting idea...< Less
Planet to Planet By Mike Corriero
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A collective of sketches by concept artist Mike Corriero including hundreds of pencil and pen drawings covering robots, environments, alien life forms and tons of creatures. - Review by world... More > renowned artist - Terryl Whitlatch, "Mike's sketchbook, Planet to Planet, is fresh, innovative, and inventive. It is liberally filled with exotic locations and characters, and his creatures, drawn in an abundance of forms, poses, and points of view, sparkle with life and imagination. - Terryl Whitlatch"< Less
Everything In Its Path By Steve Alcorn
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Just after midnight on March 13, 1928 the recently constructed St. Francis Dam gave way, releasing a 160-foot-high wall of water. The torrent swept huge pieces of the dam more than a half mile... More > downstream. Four hours later the water thundered into the Pacific Ocean after erasing nearly everything in its 50-mile path. By morning, more than five hundred people were dead or missing. It was the worst American civil engineering disaster of the twentieth century. Everything In Its Path tells the story of Santa Paula archaeologist Randall Thompson and his daughter Kate, who are excavating a Chumash Indian site in San Francisquito Canyon. Intertwined with Kate and Randall’s story is that of the prehistoric Chumash settlement. Tribe member Singing Bird is tormented by dreams of water, and her village being swept away. Across the centuries the two girls’ fates are drawn together, as they struggle to save their loved ones from a force that will sweep away Everything In Its Path.< Less