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A tale of two civilizations and a third way. Three palaenontologists find evidence for a Dinosauran civilization and uncover messages and artefacts from 65 million years ago. When they find viable dinosauran eggs they run from military agencies, to save our past and future, and the hunt begins - - -. John Coppinger is a sculptor and designer for movies and museums. He scul ...more
Paperback, 340 pages
Published November 1st 2005 by Lulu Press
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John Coppinger was born 13th July 1947 in Kent, England. He went to Maidstone College of Art and later to St. Martins School of Art in London.

His fascination with both science and art won him a post as a Scientific Model Maker for the Natural History Museum, London. Some of his models are still on display in the Museum today.

In 1980 he left the Museum to work on Jim Henson’s film “The Dark Crystal

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