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Looking At... Hypsilophodon

4.5  ·  Rating Details ·  4 Ratings  ·  2 Reviews
Dinosaurs continue to enthuse and fascinate generation after generation with the mystery of their past. Each volume in this series accurately incorporates the most recent scientific knowledge, providing a detailed picture of the daily life of each dinosaur. These books will appeal to children as they contain the same realistic approach to paleontology as seen in the movies ...more
Hardcover, 24 pages
Published January 1st 1997 by Gareth Stevens Publishing
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Elizabeth S
Aug 30, 2012 Elizabeth S rated it liked it
Shelves: n-science, f-picture
Lots of detail, facts, and explanations in this book covering not just the Hypsilophodon, but also its close relations. One set of pages shows several different types of dinosaurs in a "race" to help kids visualize how fast various dinosaurs could walk/run compared with each other. And it explains how scientists estimate the speed of a given dinosaur. Helpful!
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