'Dinosaurs' of the Deep: Discover Prehistoric Marine Life Read ò 5

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'Dinosaurs' of the Deep Discover Prehistoric Marine LifeDriving across the North American Heartland surrounded the Deep PDF #206 by prairie it is almost impossible to imagine that once this was once a huge inland sea The Western Interior 'Dinosaurs' of EpubSeaway which split the entire continent of North America in half once teemed with predatory creatures fanged fish and turtles the si. It's a great book for children but when I ordered it there was no preview and I thought it would contain full page paleoart of marine dinosaurs so I was disappointed It's difficult to return and no full refund so I'll give the book to my niece and be cautious in future

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Rative partnership with the Canadian Fossil Discovery Centre CFDC home to 'Bruce' the world's largest mosasaur skeleton author Larry Verstraete and illustrator Julius Csotonyi combine fascinating facts astonishing discoveries and the latest paleontological information to bring the ancient marine creatures of the Seaway to vivid lif. not what I thought it was centres mainly on the creatures of the in land sea of north america large part seems to read like a recuiting poster for young paleontologists not recommended

review 'Dinosaurs' of the Deep: Discover Prehistoric Marine Life

'Dinosaurs' of the Deep: Discover Prehistoric Marine Life Read ò 5 å [PDF / Epub] ☃ 'Dinosaurs' of the Deep: Discover Prehistoric Marine Life ✑ Larry Verstraete – Eyltransferservices.co.uk Driving across the North American Heartland surrounded by prairie it is almost impossible to imagine that onZe of small cars prowling sharks and of the Deep Epub #221 giant suid hungry plesiosaurs and immense crocodiles At the top of this prehistoric food chain stretching up to nearly metres feet and weighing a hefty of the Deep Discover Prehistoric MOBI #190 kilograms tonnes ruled the mighty mosasaur the T Rex of the sea Through a coope. Eine dünnes Büchlein das sich zu einem Teil mit sehr allgemeinen teils nichtssagenden Themen zur Erdgeschichte befaßt und nur auf relativ wenigen Seiten ein paar Meeressaurier oder andere Meeresbewohner der Vorzeit beschreibt und das in einer vorsichtig gesagt sehr anspruchslosen Weise die sich offenbar an ganz junge oder völlig ahnungslose Leser zu wenden versucht Die an sich guten Illustrationen werden durchgehend dadurch entwertet daß mengenweise Text darüber geschrieben wurde Wer dieses Layout zu verantworten hat sollte dringend den Beruf wechseln Das Buch ist aus meiner Sicht für nichts zu gebrauchen sicher nicht für die eigene Bibliothek und auch nicht zum Verschenken nicht einmal an Grundschulkinder Ich habe es zurückgeschickt