Dinomummy The Life, Death and Discovery of Dakota, a Dinosaur from Hell Creek
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Description: In 2000, teenage dino-hunter Tyler Lyson stumbled across the fossil remains of a hadrosaur in the remote hills of the Hell Creek Formation in North Dakota. More than a collection of fossilized bones, Tyler discovered a three-dimensional muffified dinosaur-a dinomummy. He has a paleontologist from the University of Manchester in England, Dr. Phil Manning, led a excavation that would change the way we think about dinosaurs. Named for its place of discovery, "Dakota" was gradually uncovered and moved to a lab for further excavation and analysis. Tyler and Phil's enthusiasm, expertise, and years of work blend as this paleontological detective story unfolds.Stunning computer-generated artwork, based on fieldwork and laboratory studies of teh hadrosaur specimen, brings Dakota and its enviroment back to life o the pages of this amazing book. Travel back in time to explore Hell Creek 65 million years ago, when herds of hadrosaurs migrated across vast floodplains. Dakota died during the Late Cretaceous Period on the floodplains of North America and its body was locked in a rocky tomb. But Dakota's story was far from over. From the rugged badlands of Hell Creek to high-tech scientific labs, photographs document the incredible story of two men and a very special dinosaur.
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Copyright year: 2007
Publisher: Roaring Brook Press
Publication date: 12/15/2007
Size: 11.00" wide x 9.50" long x 0.50" tall