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The Complete Guide to Prehistoric Life

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A book by Tim Haines

Vivid and strikingly realistic images... an informative and entertaining book. --Globe and Mail 12/10/2005      The most exciting view of prehistoric life. "Comprehensive, illustrated encyclopedia to prehistoric animals... … see full wiki

Author: Tim Haines
Genre: Outdoors & Nature
Publisher: Firefly Books
1 review about The Complete Guide to Prehistoric Life

Quick read, yet fun to look at

  • Sep 5, 2006
I wasn't quite sure what to expect when I saw this book on Amazon. Nonetheless, I'm very pleased with it. Granted, it does not cover every single dinosaur, but rather those that appeared in the series (WWD, Prehistoric Beasts, Monsters Before Dinosaurs, and the Nigel Marven episodes). It would have been better had there been more dinosaurs, but that may not have been practical or cost-effective for the publishers. It would also have been nice to have seen the creatures from the Land of Lost Monsters program, which has a few significant beasts not covered here. Given that, they do include a good variety, enough to provide a robust picture story of life on Earth. If only it included more...

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