Not for Parents: How to be a Dinosaur Hunter

Publisher: Lonely Planet Publications

Review

Dinosaur hunters show readers how to search for dinosaur remains with details of the tools they need, the best places to discover fossils and how to identify findings. The book travels to fossil rich corners of the globe such as Britain's Isle of Wight, China's Liaoning Province and Australia's fossil triangle.

It is also crammed with essential facts and fun trivia about some of the biggest, scariest and oddest creatures that ever roamed our planet. The book takes an engaging look at these prehistoric giants, with quirky content such as the weirdest looking dinosaurs, real‐life dino hunters and movie myths busted.

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