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There was a time when a varied and diverse population of dinosaurs roamed the earth. They all disappeared.
But where is a 90-foot-long dinosaur going to hide? What about the 45-footers? The 20-footers? The 5-footers? The ones with wings? The ones with fins? Well, if you give them about 63 million years to find a place, the answer could point you to your own backyard. And after people started digging them up and putting them in museums, dinosaurs turned up in Manhattan as well as the Four Corners region of the American West. But no one tried to map these out for the rest of us--until now.
Dino Safari is an illustrated Jurassic phone book containing addresses and notes on libraries, museums, road cuts, spillways, riverbanks, mountains, beaches, and deserts where dinosaurs once rambled around. Beginning with the Top 25 dino attractions in North America, this book offers information about dino sites in nine regions: New England, the Mid-Atlantic, the South, the Midwest, Texas and Oklahoma, the Upper Rockies, the Far West, the Four Corners of Arizona-Colorado-New Mexico-Utah, and Canada. The result is a catalog of more than 250 dinosaur museums, parks, and fossil quarries, including addresses, phone numbers, and Web sites. So if you can't visit them in person, you can do a lot of dino hunting in cyberspace.
This book is a goldmine of information on the best places in North America to go dino hunting. So put on your khakis, gas up the car, and lace up your hiking books--or fire up your Internet browser and start clicking away. Thar's dinosaurs to be found on-site and on-line.
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