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A hands-on introduction to the mysteries and principles of paleontology presents an ingenious project for all ages that offers step-by-step directions for transforming the bones of three chickens, with the help of everyday household items, into an Apatosaurus skeleton. Original.
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What a terrific concept! Chris McGowan, a curator at the Royal Ontario Museum, has come up with the ideal hands-on science project. All you need is this book, three young chickens, a few household items, and some time to make your own scale model of an apatosaurus skeleton. And it neatly dovetails with current scientific theories that birds are the living descendents of dinosaurs. McGowan's detailed, practical directions even include recipes for the leftovers. No one who has ever been interested in dinosaurs will be able to resist this book.About the Author:
Christopher McGowan is an esteemed zoologist and paleontologist. He is the author of seven books, including Discovering Dinosaurs and Diatoms to Dinosaurs. He lives in Aurora, Ontario, Canada..
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