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Looking at-- Dilophosaurus a dinosaur from the Jurassic period by Brown, Mike

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Published by G. Stevens Pub. in Milwaukee .
Written in English


  • Dilophosaurus -- Juvenile literature.,
  • Dilophosaurus.,
  • Dinosaurs.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes index.

Statementby Mike Brown ; illustrated by Tony Gibbons.
SeriesThe New dinosaur collection
ContributionsGibbons, Tony, ill.
LC ClassificationsQE862.S3 B77 1994
The Physical Object
Pagination24 p. :
Number of Pages24
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1092625M
ISBN 100836811410
LC Control Number94016968

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  It's a bless to have an updated look at the skeleton of Dilophosaurus, as the previous ones were already a bit old. Despite its reasonable size, I'm surprised how slender and lightly bilt the body looks. A striking contrast with is rather robust forelimbs. Also, great to see further support of the absence of the little horn at the base of the.   The truth is, even a quick glance at the skeleton of Dilophosaurus reveals a rather elegant and slender from the muscular and boxy beasts of pop culture, Dilophosaurus is a sporty looking predator, long-tailed, long-legged and long-jawed, built with economy and lined. No frills, you might say. Dilophosaurus (/ d aɪ ˌ l oʊ f ə ˈ s ɔːr ə s,-f oʊ-/ dy-LOHF-o-SOR-əs) is a genus of theropod dinosaurs that lived in what is now North America during the Early Jurassic, about million years skeletons were discovered in northern Arizona in , and the two best preserved were collected in The most complete specimen became the holotype of a new species in the. The Looking at Dinosaurs book series by multiple authors includes books Looking At Triceratops: A Dinosaur from the Cretaceous Period (The New Dinosaur Collection), Looking at Ornitholestes: A Dinosaur from the Jurassic Period (New Dinosaur Collection), Looking At Pachycephalosaurus: A Dinosaur from the Cretaceous Period (New Dinosaur Collection), and several more.

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