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Dinosaurs and the prehistoric world

Dinosaurs and the prehistoric world

Miles, Liz, author

Why were dinosaurs so successful and the dominant life-form on Earth for such a long time? How did they evolve? What did they eat? Why did they die out and what animals that exist today owe their evolution to the legacy of the dinosaurs? Archaeology and science are responsible for answering many of these questions and more in this hugely informative book. From their early evolution to eventual extinction, these books span the prehistoric era where dinosaurs ruled the world

Book. English.
Published London: Franklin Watts, 2015
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Statement of responsibility: Liz Miles
ISBN: 1445141574, 9781445141572
Intended audience: Key Stage 2. Juvenile.
Note: Includes bibliographical references and index.
Physical Description: 32 pages : illustrations (colour), map (colour) ; 29 cm.
Series: Dangerous dinosaurs
Subject: Dinosaurs Juvenile literature.; Nature.; Non-Fiction 7+.
Series Title: Dangerous dinosaurs.

Author note

Liz Miles is an experienced author of non-fiction and fiction. She has over 70 published titles, and writes overlooking the River Colne in Wivenhoe. Her fascination with prehistory began as a child when she picked up her first fossil on the Jurassic Coast.