Based on the latest scientific information, this coloring book by an expert naturalist abounds in the most significant and intriguing dinosaurs from more than 200 million years ago. Accompanied by fact-filled captions, 30 accurate illustrations depict the Staurikosaurus, Aliwalia, Eoraptor, Gojirasau... read more
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Based on the latest scientific information, this coloring book by an expert naturalist abounds in the most significant and intriguing dinosaurs from more than 200 million years ago. Accompanied by fact-filled captions, 30 accurate illustrations depict the Staurikosaurus, Aliwalia, Eoraptor, Gojirasaurus, Laosaurus, Melanosaurus, Plateosaurus, Sellosaurus, Coloradisaurus, Pisanosaurus, and other species.
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