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Most of the dinosaur lineages had actually died out long before the end of the
Cretaceous period, and the dinosaurs that are alive today are descended from
the most vigorous of the late Cretaceous groups. The lightly built meat-eating ...
Parasaurolopbus skeleton Appearing in late Cretaceous times, hadrosaurs
became the most abundant heavy two- footed plant-eaters. They divided early
into the crested lambeosaurines and the crestless hadrosaurines. Stegoceras
The most widespread of these are the sprintosaurs, evolved from the duckbilled
hadrosaurs of the late Cretaceous. In the last 65 million years, as the forests
gradually gave way to the grasslands, the hadrosaurs evolved to adapt to the ...
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The new dinosaurs: an alternative evolutionUser Review - Not Available - Book Verdict
Many sf writers have created worlds where dinosaurs still walk the earth, but Dixon's new book pursues the premise in the most realistic way yet. In After Man: A Zoology of the Future (LJ 10/15/81 ... Read full review
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