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Includes bibliographical references (p. -237) and index.
Prologue: My dinosaur life -- Dragons of the prime -- The secret of dinosaur success -- Big Bang theory -- The dinosaurs, they are a-changin' -- Jurassic thunder -- Dinosaur society -- Dinosaur feathers -- Hadrosaur harmonics and Tyrannosaur tastes -- In the bones -- Dinosaurs undone -- Epilogue: My beloved "brontosaurus".
"Paleontology meets pop culture in a young author's journey into the lives of dinosaurs"-- Provided by publisher.
A regular columnist for Smithsonian and Wired questions our long-held beliefs about dinosaurs and presents the latest scientific findings on what colors they really were, how they got so big and how they actually may have died out.