Providing an appealing chronology of "all things dinosaur," this book covers these ancient creatures' roles and surprising importance in science, religion, and society at large.
· Depicts the history, breadth, depth, and diversity of how humans have learned about, argued over, and made use of dinosaurs―a resource appropriate for public, school, or academic libraries
· Examines the events of the earliest discoveries of fossilized remains of dinosaurs and how those discoveries often became interwoven with religious ideas
· Includes photographs, a glossary, an appendix of geological time, and a detailed, cross-referenced index to assist researchers and general readers
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Our familiarity with dinosaurs is ironic considering no human has ever seen one.About the Author:
Randy Moore is Morse-Alumni Distinguished Teaching Professor of biology at the University of Minnesota.
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