Dinosaurs Without Bones: Dinosaur Lives Revealed by Their by Anthony J. Martin
By Anthony J. Martin
What if we awakened one morning the entire dinosaur bones on the earth have been long gone? How may we all know those iconic animals had a165-million 12 months historical past in the world, and had tailored to all land-based environments from pole to pole? What clues will be left to parent not just their presence, but in addition to benefit approximately their intercourse lives, elevating of younger, social lives, strive against, and who ate who? What would it not take for us to understand how briskly dinosaurs moved, whether or not they lived underground, climbed bushes, or went for a swim? Welcome to the area of ichnology, the examine of strains and hint fossils akin to tracks, trails, burrows, nests, toothmarks, and different vestiges of habit and the way via those outstanding clues, we will be able to discover and intuit the wealthy and intricate lives of dinosaurs. With a distinct, detective-like process, analyzing the forensic clues of those long-extinct animals that depart a miles richer legacy than bones, Martin brings the wild global of the Mesozoic to existence for the twenty-first century reader."
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