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Ornithomimus: Pursuing the Bird-Mimic Dinosaur (Discoveries in Paleontology) ebook

by Monique Keiran


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Ornithomimus, Paleontology, Ornithomimus, Paléontologie, Ausgrabung, Funde, Dinosaurier, Paläontologie. Examines the discovery of the 75-million-year-old fossil of Ornithomimus's complete skeleton, found in the badlands of Alberta's Dinosaur Provincial Park. Vancouver : Raincoast Books.

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Ornithomimus - The Bird-Mimic Dinosaur by Monique Keiran is an intro into the life & death of a dino-bird & more. And finally the events surrounding the actual discovery of Orni in Dinosaur Provincial Park, Alberta, Canada. C'mon, with a name like Dinosaur Park what do they expect to find there, Pokemon? But that aside, the author, Monique Keiran manages to pull all three together to make one good read for the palaeo-novice. Dinosaurs Ate My Homework. Dinotopia: Return to Lost City.

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Ornithomimus: Pursuing the Bird-Mimic Dinosaur (Discoveries in Paleontology)

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Ornithomimus : Pursuing the Bird-Mimic Dinosaur. Eons ago, a bird-mimic dinosaur escaped the jaws of the terrifying predator Albertosaurus, but at the cost of serious injury and, ultimately, its life

Ornithomimus : Pursuing the Bird-Mimic Dinosaur. Eons ago, a bird-mimic dinosaur escaped the jaws of the terrifying predator Albertosaurus, but at the cost of serious injury and, ultimately, its life. Seventy-five million years later, scientists discovered the Ornithomimus' well-hidden, complete articulated skeleton in the badlands of Alberta's Dinosaur Provincial Park - conclusive evidence that this little-studied family of dinosaurs is closely related to modern birds.

An evening under the dinosaurs exploring how art has shaped our impressions of these amazing creatures with Prof Richard Butler, Dr Will Tattersdill and Dr Verity Burke from Birmingham University.

An evening under the dinosaurs exploring how art has shaped our impressions of these amazing creatures with Prof Richard Butler, Dr Will Tattersdill and Dr Verity Burke from Birmingham University more. An evening under the dinosaurs exploring how art has shaped our impressions of these amazing creatures with Prof Richard Butler, Dr Will Tattersdill and Dr Verity Burke from Birmingham University.

Ornithomimus (/ˌɔːrnɪθəˈmaɪməs, -θoʊ-/; "bird mimic") is a genus of ornithomimid dinosaurs from the Late Cretaceous Period of what is now North America. Ornithomimus was a swift bipedal theropod which fossil evidence indicates was covered in feathers, equipped with a small toothless beak that may indicate an omnivorous diet. It is usually classified into two species: the type species, Ornithomimus velox, and a referred species, Ornithomimus edmontonicus.

Eons ago, a bird-mimic dinosaur escaped the jaws of the terrifying predator Albertosaurus, but at the cost of serious injury and, ultimately, its life. Seventy-five million years later, scientists discovered the Ornithomimus' well-hidden, complete articulated skeleton in the badlands of Alberta's Dinosaur Provincial Park -- conclusive evidence that this little-studied family of dinosaurs is closely related to modern birds.
Ornithomimus: Pursuing the Bird-Mimic Dinosaur (Discoveries in Paleontology) ebook
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Monique Keiran
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