Raptors, Fossils, Fins & Fangs: A Prehistoric Creature Feature

Raptors Fossils Fins Fangs A Prehistoric Creature Feature Trilobites fish with legs weird prehistoric sharks and fearsome dinosaurs coexist peaceably in the coolest paleontology book to come along this millennium Long ago a fish made its way out of the o

  • Title: Raptors, Fossils, Fins & Fangs: A Prehistoric Creature Feature
  • Author: Ray Troll Bradford Matsen
  • ISBN: 9781883672416
  • Page: 241
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Trilobites, fish with legs, weird prehistoric sharks, and fearsome dinosaurs coexist peaceably in the coolest paleontology book to come along this millennium Long ago, a fish made its way out of the ocean and onto dry land It was one small step for a fish, but one giant leap for fishkindand it led to all sorts of interesting creatures like, well, people Yes, RAPTORS, FOTrilobites, fish with legs, weird prehistoric sharks, and fearsome dinosaurs coexist peaceably in the coolest paleontology book to come along this millennium Long ago, a fish made its way out of the ocean and onto dry land It was one small step for a fish, but one giant leap for fishkind and it led to all sorts of interesting creatures like, well, people Yes, RAPTORS, FOSSILS, FINS FANGS dares to say the e word to children that s evolution That s life After all, it s the lucky fish who gets the cheeseburger.From the Trade Paperback edition.

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    2 thoughts on “Raptors, Fossils, Fins & Fangs: A Prehistoric Creature Feature

    1. From his tree lined studio, high on a hill above the Tongass Narrows in rain swept Ketchikan Alaska, Ray Troll draws paints fishy images that migrate into museums, books and magazines and onto t shirts sold around the planet Basing his quirky, aquatic images on the latest scientific discoveries, Ray brings a street smart sensibility to the worlds of ichthyology paleontology.

    2. Riley and I thought this was pretty good tonight. Forva longer book it kept hm interested listening to the details. My only issue is I would like to have seen clearer pictures that were a bit less artistic as I think they would actually help inform a bit better.

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