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Top 10 Dinosaurs of 2017 - Top 10 Dinosaurs

Sabrina Ricci

Publisher: I Know Dino

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Summary

The golden age of dinosaur discoveries continues, with 42 named dinosaurs coming out in 2017. 
 
Blending fiction with fact, Top 10 Dinosaurs of 2017 reimagines the way 10 of the newly described Jurassic and Cretaceous dinosaurs lived in their natural habitats. 
 
Featuring: 
 
- The northern shield Borealopelta markmitchelli 
- The cassowary-like crested thief Corythoraptor jacobsi 
- The frightful lizard Daspletosaurus horneri 
- The want helmet Galeamopus pabsti 
- The Halszka thief Halszkaraptor escuilliei 
- The Isabel Berry's dinosaur Isaberrysaura mollensis 
- The Haarlem specimen Ostromia crassipes 
- The silk bird Serikornis sungei 
- The ancient horned face Yehuecauhceratops mudei 
- The destroyer of shins Zuul crurivastator 
Also includes a list of fun facts about each top 10 dinosaur, plus facts about the other 32 dinosaurs named in 2017, for a total of 42 dinosaurs, and links to more resources! 
 
If you want to hear more about your favorite dinosaurs, listen to the I Know Dino podcast.

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