Dinosaur Data Book: The Definitive Illustrated Encyclopedia of Dinosaurs and Other Prehistoric Reptiles
JURASSIC PARK: THE LOST WORLD, toy figures, and a major exhibition at the American Museum of Natural History in New York are a few examples of dinosaur popularity. DINOSAUR DATA BOOK is an illustrated book of facts, newly updated for 1998 to include recent fossil discoveries in China, plus additional material on dinosaurs in popular media.
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THE AGE OF DINOSAURS
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Allosaurus Ankylosauria Apatosaurus areas of fossil armored dinosaur birds Camptosaurus Carnosauria Carnosauria suborder Theropoda Ceratopsia Cetiosauridae cheek teeth China description claws Coelophysis Coelurosauria description Four-legged plant-eater description Large description Small description Two-legged dinosaurs Diplodocidae Early Cretaceous place former name fossil finds Hadrosauridae hadrosaurs Heterodontosaurus horned dinosaur Identity doubtful Iguanodon infraorder infraorder Carnosauria suborder infraorder Sauropoda suborder jaws Jurassic Cretaceous MESOZOIC Late Cretaceous place Late Jurassic place Late Triassic place lived Major areas lizard long neck Megalosauridae Million years ago Museum of Natural Natural History neck and tail Nodosauridae Ornithischia time Early Ornithischia time Late Ornithopoda Ornithopoda order Ornithischia Pachycephalosauria paleontologist paleontologist who named plant-eater prosauropod reptiles Saurischia time Early Saurischia time Late sauropod Sauropoda suborder Sauropodomorpha Sauropodomorpha Sauropodomorpha order Saurischia scientists skeleton skull Stegosaurus suborder suborder Ornithopoda order suborder Sauropodomorpha order suborder Theropoda order thecodonts theropod Theropoda order Saurischia toothless beak Triassic Jurassic Cretaceous two-legged flesh-eater two-legged predator Tyrannosaurus USA description