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A Guide to Dinosaurs Their Past and Future - cover

A Guide to Dinosaurs Their Past and Future

rodney cannon

Publisher: rodney cannon

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Summary

Since seeing my first film about dinosaurs as a child I have wondered about 
these amazing creatures. This had lead me to read many of the available books 
on the subject, but while doing so I found that there was a hole in library of 
books about the dinosaur. Most of them were either historical guides or 
written for children. I had a series of questions that had not been answered in 
any single book before. 
Questions like. 
How did the dinosaurs really die off? 
Was there more than one theory on their extinction? 
What dinosaurs were harmless and which would be most dangerous to 
humans if we existed side by side? 
In most of the films like Jurassic Park people found it impossible to 
hunt and kill these creatures, but with our weapons and technology 
how would we really fare if the dinosaur actually had to deal with 
well armed human beings? 
Was the science used in these movies based upon reality or was it really 
just science fiction? 
If we can clone the family pet then how close are we to bring back the 
age of the dinosaur? 
I have tried to answer these question with this book. I have tried to answer 
them in a simple and easy to understand way.

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