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(This book is currently a Best Seller on Amazon) The 33 Greatest Dinosaurs: A Kids' Learn to Read Animal Picture Book with Real Fossils and Large Photos Did You Know? - The oldest dinosaur walked on the "supercontinent" - all lands on Earth being together! - The youngest dinosaur was a 3 horn monster rhino - 10 feet tall and 6 tons! - The "earthquake god lizard" had a swimming (This book is currently a Best Seller on Amazon) The 33 Greatest Dinosaurs: A Kids' Learn to Read Animal Picture Book with Real Fossils and Large Photos Did You Know? - The oldest dinosaur walked on the "supercontinent" - all lands on Earth being together! - The youngest dinosaur was a 3 horn monster rhino - 10 feet tall and 6 tons! - The "earthquake god lizard" had a swimming-pool-size tummy that could dissolve iron! - The smartest dinosaur was tiny AND deadly! - T. Rex, the popular meat-eating monster, didn't fight like in the Jurassic movies! - The largest dinosaur weighed 125 tons, BUT the blue whale today is almost twice as heavy! - The smallest dinosaur was not only tiny - it couldn't walk properly either! - A huge dinosaur was a deadly killer but couldn't move its arms! - The first bird dinosaur was the solid proof for Charles Darwin's theory of evolution! - A turkey-sized mini dinosaur was the deadly flying snake! - The largest feathered animal was a dinosaur over 16 feet and 1.5 tons! - Was the "horned demon from the river of death" a real killer? - How big and powerful were the dinosaur crocodiles, rhinos, giraffes, and seals? - And a lot, lot MORE! - Read Now to Learn All the Shocking Facts of Dinosaurs! *** Exciting! *** -Learn the 3 Periods of Dinosaurs and See How They Flourished and Disappeared! -See popular dinosaurs on the USA stamps in this fun book! Here's what you are going to see in the book: ================================================ #33. (T. Rex) Tyrannosaurus Tyrannosaurus, commonly known as “T. Rex”, was one of the largest meat-eating dinosaurs. It grew up to 40 feet long, 13 feet tall, and 7 tons. It had over 50 teeth up to a foot long. Unlike in the Jurassic Park movies, Tyrannosaurus could walk fast, but couldn't run. #32. Troodon Troodon was the smartest dinosaur. It had the largest brain by body size. It grew up to 8 feet and 110 pounds. It ran really fast and could see in the dark. Its sharp claws were dangerous to much larger dinosaurs. #31. Spinosaurus Spinosaurus was the crocodile of the dinosaur time, living in the water and on the land. It grew up to 59 feet and weighed 21 tones. It was the largest meat-eating dinosaur – larger than T. Rex. It disappeared 10 million years before T. Rex appeared. So they never fought like in the Jurassic Park movies. ... Dinosaurs on the Stamps Tyrannosaurus: T. Rex Pteranodon: A flying pterosaur, similar to but NOT a dinosaur Stegosaurus: Big (30 feet, 5 tons) plant-eater with a tiny brain (size of a dog’s) Brontosaurus: Also called Apatosaurus, 75 feet long, 23 tons The Three Dinosaur Periods Dinosaurs lived in the Age of the Reptiles beginning 245 million years ago and lasted for 180 million years, which can be divided into 3 periods. Period 1: Triassic 245 – 208 million years ago -Dinosaurs didn’t appear until late in Triassic. -All the land on Earth was together as a supercontinent “Pangaea”, but slowly started to break up. -This period ended with the Mass Extinction that wiped out most animals and reptiles. ...


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(This book is currently a Best Seller on Amazon) The 33 Greatest Dinosaurs: A Kids' Learn to Read Animal Picture Book with Real Fossils and Large Photos Did You Know? - The oldest dinosaur walked on the "supercontinent" - all lands on Earth being together! - The youngest dinosaur was a 3 horn monster rhino - 10 feet tall and 6 tons! - The "earthquake god lizard" had a swimming (This book is currently a Best Seller on Amazon) The 33 Greatest Dinosaurs: A Kids' Learn to Read Animal Picture Book with Real Fossils and Large Photos Did You Know? - The oldest dinosaur walked on the "supercontinent" - all lands on Earth being together! - The youngest dinosaur was a 3 horn monster rhino - 10 feet tall and 6 tons! - The "earthquake god lizard" had a swimming-pool-size tummy that could dissolve iron! - The smartest dinosaur was tiny AND deadly! - T. Rex, the popular meat-eating monster, didn't fight like in the Jurassic movies! - The largest dinosaur weighed 125 tons, BUT the blue whale today is almost twice as heavy! - The smallest dinosaur was not only tiny - it couldn't walk properly either! - A huge dinosaur was a deadly killer but couldn't move its arms! - The first bird dinosaur was the solid proof for Charles Darwin's theory of evolution! - A turkey-sized mini dinosaur was the deadly flying snake! - The largest feathered animal was a dinosaur over 16 feet and 1.5 tons! - Was the "horned demon from the river of death" a real killer? - How big and powerful were the dinosaur crocodiles, rhinos, giraffes, and seals? - And a lot, lot MORE! - Read Now to Learn All the Shocking Facts of Dinosaurs! *** Exciting! *** -Learn the 3 Periods of Dinosaurs and See How They Flourished and Disappeared! -See popular dinosaurs on the USA stamps in this fun book! Here's what you are going to see in the book: ================================================ #33. (T. Rex) Tyrannosaurus Tyrannosaurus, commonly known as “T. Rex”, was one of the largest meat-eating dinosaurs. It grew up to 40 feet long, 13 feet tall, and 7 tons. It had over 50 teeth up to a foot long. Unlike in the Jurassic Park movies, Tyrannosaurus could walk fast, but couldn't run. #32. Troodon Troodon was the smartest dinosaur. It had the largest brain by body size. It grew up to 8 feet and 110 pounds. It ran really fast and could see in the dark. Its sharp claws were dangerous to much larger dinosaurs. #31. Spinosaurus Spinosaurus was the crocodile of the dinosaur time, living in the water and on the land. It grew up to 59 feet and weighed 21 tones. It was the largest meat-eating dinosaur – larger than T. Rex. It disappeared 10 million years before T. Rex appeared. So they never fought like in the Jurassic Park movies. ... Dinosaurs on the Stamps Tyrannosaurus: T. Rex Pteranodon: A flying pterosaur, similar to but NOT a dinosaur Stegosaurus: Big (30 feet, 5 tons) plant-eater with a tiny brain (size of a dog’s) Brontosaurus: Also called Apatosaurus, 75 feet long, 23 tons The Three Dinosaur Periods Dinosaurs lived in the Age of the Reptiles beginning 245 million years ago and lasted for 180 million years, which can be divided into 3 periods. Period 1: Triassic 245 – 208 million years ago -Dinosaurs didn’t appear until late in Triassic. -All the land on Earth was together as a supercontinent “Pangaea”, but slowly started to break up. -This period ended with the Mass Extinction that wiped out most animals and reptiles. ...

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  1. 5 out of 5

    Karen McMullen

    Full of crap. Poorly written. Wish I could give it 0 stars!! Nice pictures, but not scientifically accurate. I can think of anything more I can say about it other than it was a waste of time.

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    Nikunj Agrawal

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