Book Review: The Complete Dinosaur, Second Edition

There has never been a better time for dinosaur fans. New species are named almost weekly, and refined techniques are telling us more about dinosaur lives than was ever possible before. The flood of information is so sweeping that it can be difficult for even specialists to keep up, particularly as the study of dinosaurs encompasses a variety of subdisciplines regarding disparate aspects of prehistoric biology, evolution, and extinction. Thankfully, a recent glut of dinosaur guides have recently cropped up to help dinosaur aficionados navigate the latest assemblage of facts and questions about Apatosaurus and company. The heftiest so far – both in terms of scholarly contributions and sheer physical weight – is The

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