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The Rise and Fall of the Dinosaurs: The Untold Story of a Lost World Sixty Six Million Years Ago The Dinosaurs Were Wiped From The Face Of The Earth Today A New Generation Of Dinosaur Hunters, Armed With Cutting Edge Technology, Is Piecing Together The Complete Story Of How The Dinosaurs Created A Hugely Successful Empire That Lasted For Around Million Years In This Hugely Ambitious And Engrossing Story Of How Dinosaurs Rose To Dominate The Planet, Using The Fossil Clues That Have Been Gathered Using State Of The Art Technology, Steve Brusatte, One Of The World S Leading Palaeontologists, Follows These Magnificent Creatures From The Early Triassic Period At The Start Of Their Evolution Through The Jurassic Period, To Their Final Days In The Cretaceous And The Legacy That They Left Behind Along The Way, Brusatte Introduces Us To The Cast Of New Dinosaur Hunters And Gives An Insight Into What It S Like To Be A Palaeontologist Whose Job It Is To Hunt For Dinosaurs He Offers Thrilling Accounts Of Some Of The Remarkable Discoveries He Has Made, Including Primitive Human Size Tyrannosaurs, Monstrous Carnivores Even Larger Than T Rex, And Feathered Raptor Dinosaurs Preserved In Lava From China At A Time When Homo Sapiens Has Existed For Less Than , Years And We Are Already Talking About Planetary Extinction, The Rise And Fall Of The Dinosaurs Is A Timely Reminder Of What Humans Can Learn From The Magnificent Creatures Who Ruled The Earth Before Us

About the Author: Steve Brusatte

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7 thoughts on “The Rise and Fall of the Dinosaurs: The Untold Story of a Lost World

  1. says:

    This is a fascinating and enjoyable read and I recommend it to anyone interested in the history of dinosaur exploration The author adopts a novel approach, offering a narrative consisting of two distinct elements On the one hand, this is a tale about the dinosaurs themselves how they lived, their habitats, ecosystems, etc And on

  2. says:

    An extremely interesting and well explained popular science book The evolution of the dinosaurs through the various time periods, and the eventual extinction of many of them is clearly laid out and convincingly argued for now anyway A subtitle of the Rise and Rise of the Palaeontologists May also be suitable, but I found the history, a

  3. says:

    I have always been interested in paleontology in a very, very amateur way I found this book very readable but the scientific names of the fossils used are hard to keep track of in my ageing brain By the time I was about halfway through, though still enjoying the information, and admiring the ingenuity and intelligence that had gone into it s

  4. says:

    Like many kids I had a liking for dinosaurs, a world of creatures from thousands of years ago that walked the planet But that was about as far as it went It wasn t until I read this book, that I soon discovered there is to them than you think, and the author s enthusiasm comes over throughout the book You get the feeling you would love to be there

  5. says:

    A very good up date on Dino s Absolutely superb writing not too technical and in places quite difficult to put down I would have liked a better set of family tree graphics explaining links with other pods of the dinosaur age but that s a trivial complaint compared to the great story line.

  6. says:

    I enjoyed this book, mostly for the reasons I was expecting, but Brusatte writes a lot about his work as an paleontologist and collecting, collating and studying fossils and it provides a fascinating glimpse into the world of dinosaur study.I do think it perhaps goes a little too far into this though this is a book called The Rise and Fall of the Dinosaurs yet a

  7. says:

    This book is brilliant I work in a completely different field, so the idea of choosing to read this comes purely from a life long love of Jurassic Park mixed with just wanting to learn I ve been endlessly repeating facts I ve learned to just about anyone that will listen, updating mates with a Dino fact of the week Learning about how the fossil record is understood, as

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