Tracking Dinosaurs: A New Look At An Ancient World

Tracking Dinosaurs A New Look At An Ancient World Tracking Dinosaurs is the first non technical popular science book on dinosaur footprints and what they reveal about dinosaurs and their habitats Billions of dinosaur tracks have been found in recent

  • Title: Tracking Dinosaurs: A New Look At An Ancient World
  • Author: Martin Lockley
  • ISBN: 9780521394635
  • Page: 388
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Tracking Dinosaurs is the first non technical, popular science book on dinosaur footprints and what they reveal about dinosaurs and their habitats Billions of dinosaur tracks have been found in recent years and through careful examination of these prehistoric clues, dinosaur trackers have discovered much about how and where dinosaurs lived This book deals with this landsTracking Dinosaurs is the first non technical, popular science book on dinosaur footprints and what they reveal about dinosaurs and their habitats Billions of dinosaur tracks have been found in recent years and through careful examination of these prehistoric clues, dinosaur trackers have discovered much about how and where dinosaurs lived This book deals with this landslide of new information that has accumulated in recent decades, demonstrating that fossil footprints are neither rare nor insignificant as previously supposed A complete guide to dinosaur tracking, the book begins with a discussion of the meaning of tracks, how tracks provide information about dinosaur locomotion, behaviour, ecology and environmental impact The accessible writing style and numerous illustrations, including eight pages of colour photographs, make this book appropriate for all people with a general interest in science and natural history.

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    1. I find the subject of dinosaur tracks, imprints left from pioneer wagons, and the footprints of extinct hominids fascinating. In one ill advised trip, I once traveled in the car of a drunken Basotho to see the tracks of a dinosaur in dry riverbed in Lesotho. Although, now I only remember the footprints from some grainy photographs taken by an ex-boyfriend, I vividly recall the drunken careening of the little hatchback over the mountain passes. I read this hoping to learn a little more about that [...]

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