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Deinofuchus

David White

Deinofuchus

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Published by Rourke Pub Group .
Written in English

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  • Children: Babies & Toddlers

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    FormatLibrary Binding
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    Open LibraryOL11053193M
    ISBN 100865925232
    ISBN 109780865925236
    OCLC/WorldCa232659700


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David Schwimmer's book stands as the most comprehensive look at the natural history of one of the largest crocodylians ever to roam the earth. The opening chapter starts off a lot like Steve Alten's Meg. A hapless theropod winds up in the wrong place at the wrong by:   Grade Level:; 4 - 6 Series: Dinosaur Library Library Binding; Publisher: Rourke Pub Group (March 1, ) Language: English ISBN ISBN Product Dimensions: x x inches Shipping Weight: ounces Customer Reviews: Be the first to write a review Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #12, in Books (See Top in Books)Author: David White.

Deinonychus book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Describes the physical characteristics, habits, and natural environment of the 4/5. The Tyrannosaur Chronicles by David Hone was a book I looked forward to perusing.

I can say with utmost Deinofuchus book I was not disappointed/5(75). If you read the book "Raptor Red", a fictional book of the life of a Utahraptor, the author actually states that fact in the forward of the book.

The author is famed paleontologist Robert T Baker. Deinosuchus was Deinofuchus book large crocodyliform that lived from 82 million years ago up until the end-Cretaceous extinction event began. Its main competitors as a large predator may have included sharks, marine reptiles like Mosasaurs, theropods like the Tyrannosaurs and other main prey were sea turtles and dinosaurs.

Deinosuchus is an extinct relative to Crocodiles and Alligators. Five Books aims to keep its book recommendations and interviews up to date. If you are Deinofuchus book interviewee and would like to update your choice of Deinofuchus book (or even just what you say about them) please email us at [email protected] Ancient Philosophy China Great Philosophers Philosophy.

Ostrom first published his findings in Februarygiving all the referred remains the new name of Deinonychus antirrhopus. The specific name " antirrhopus ", from Greek ἀντίρροπος, means "counterbalancing" and refers to the likely purpose of a stiffened tail. In JulyOstrom published a very extensive monograph on Deinonychus.

RECUR Deinosuchus Crocodile Alligator Jurassic Toys Wild Life Dinosaur Toy Figurine Model Toy inch- Realistic Jurassic Dinosaur Action Figures for Collectors Kids Ages 3+ out of 5 stars $ $ Deinosuchus by David White,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Deinonychus. [Christy Devillier] -- Describes the physical characteristics, habitat, and behavior of a small but fast and deadly dinosaur, the Deinonychus.

Your Web browser is not enabled for JavaScript. Some features of WorldCat will not be available. Deinosuchus was a giant relative of the alligator that lived in North America during the Cretaceous period and probably hunted hadrosaurs.

Despite its appearance and name, Deinosuchus was more closely related to alligators than to crocodiles. It is estimated to have been 12 meters (39 ft) long and much larger than modern alligators, they are believed to have had lifespans of eighty years, far. Print book: Juvenile audience: EnglishView all editions and formats: Summary: "Deinonychus used blade-like teeth and deadly sickle claws to take down large dinosaurs.

Readers learn Deinofuchus book these feathered predators from engaging text and bold illustrations reviewed by Smithsonian experts." [David White; Pamela Mara] -- Describes a day in the life of the large, cold-blooded dinosaur known as Deinosuchus with information about his physical characteristics, habits, and natural environment.

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The "deino" in Deinosuchus derives from the same root as the "dino" in dinosaur, connoting "fearsome" or "terrible." In this case, the description is apt: Deinosuchus was one of the largest prehistoric crocodiles that ever lived, attaining lengths of up to 33 feet from head to tail and weights in the neighborhood of five to 10 tons.

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Neither a crocodile nor an alligator, it was an ancestor of both modern groups; it reached weights of many tons and it had some features unique to its Toward the end of the Age of Dinosaurs, during a time known as the Late Cretaceous, a new type of giant predator appeared along the /5(13). I'm going to start by sidestepping the confused history surrounding the discovery and naming of Deinosuchus material - interested parties can find a full summary in David Schwimmer's () book Deinosuchus: King of the will suffice to state that fossils of this animal have been known since at least the mids and repeatedly hopped between species and genera during.

Deinosuchus is an extinct genus related to the alligator that lived 80 to 73 million years ago (Ma), during the late Cretaceous period. The name translates as "terrible crocodile" and is derived from the Greek deinos (δεινός), "terrible", and soukhos(σοῦχος), "crocodile".The first remains were discovered in North Carolina (United States) in the s; the genus was named and.

The book also deals with the ancient life and geology of the coastal areas where Deinosuchus thrived, its competitors, and its prey, which probably included carnivorous dinosaurs.

There is also detailed discussion of the methods used to determine the size of these giant animals, the dating of the fossils, the nature of their living environments. The Dinosaur Library book series by multiple authors includes books Dimorphodon, Plesiosaurus (Dinosaur Lib Series), Iguanodon (Dinosaur Lib Series), and several more.

See the complete Dinosaur Library series book list in order, box sets or omnibus editions, and companion titles. Buy DEINOSUCHUS-M by NONE Figure/Model Stationery & Gift Ideas available at with special promotions. Check out this awesome illustration of the Deinosuchus. Just one of the illustrations in the exciting new children's Dinosaur book: Dino Hunt by.

The Deinosuchus senses intruder and goes to attack. He sees a massive Tyrannosaurus rex eating the nest. The king looks at the largest Deinosuchus he ever seen. While the Deinosuchus sees, the biggest male Tyrannosaurus rex he had ever encountered. The Deinosuchus. Deinosuchus was a colossal crocodilian that roamed the coasts of the shallow seaway that divided North America in half during the Late Cretaceous.

It was more closely related to caimans and alligators but had crocodile-like traits, such as the toothy grin and the tolerance for saltwater; in fact, it is believed to have traveled long distances.

Deinosuchus was one of the largest prehistoric alligators, nearly five times bigger and heavier than any found today. This alligator may have preyed on dinosaurs as big as itself.

Fossils of certain tyrannosaurs show Deinosuchus bite marks. It may have hunted by waiting patiently at the water’s edge to pounce on passing fish, marine reptiles, or land animals. Here is my sound effects collection for Deinosuchus, one of the largest crocodiles.

Download link: ?dydys6n9cckt26t. The book also deals with the ancient life and geology of the coastal areas where Deinosuchus thrived, its competitors, and its prey, which probably included carnivorous dinosaurs.

There is also detailed discussion of the methods used to determine the size of these giant animals. Deinosuchus (Dinosaur Library) by David White, MarchRourke Pub Group edition, Library Binding in English. Deinosuchus is a genus of prehistoric crocodile-like creatures from the Cretaceous, 80 to 73 million years ago.

It had wide, strong jaws and a skull as long as a man. The rest of its body has never been found. It could have been 12 m long and weighed more than tons. It had large, robust teeth that were built for crushing, and its back was covered with thick round bony plates.

One study. Deinosuchus is an extinct genus related to the alligator that lived 80 to 73 million years ago (Ma), during the late Cretaceous period. The name translates as "terrible crocodile" and is derived from the Greek words "deinos" (terrible), and "soukhos" (crocodile).The first remains were discovered in North Carolina (United States) in the s; the genus was named and described in -- A genealogy of Deinosuchus -- The prey of giants.\/span>\"@ en\/a> ; \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0 schema:description\/a> \" The book also deals with the ancient life and geology of the coastal areas where Deinosuchus thrived, its competitors, and its prey.

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