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Have you ever wondered what the tracks of T. rex look like? Are the footprints shown in the movie Jurassic Park accurate? Did you know that footprints have their own special scientific names?
This handy little book is a guide to current knowledge about fossil footprints from around the world. It covers the main track types, and probably trackmakers from the best known groups of amphibians, pre-dinosaurian reptiles, dinosaurs, pterosaurs and extinct mammals such as mammoths, cave bears and our human ancestors.
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Martin Lockley has spent 20 years studying fossil footprints around the world and is the author of several books and many scientific papers in this field. He teaches paleontology and related subjects at the University of Colorado at Denver
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Book Description Lockley Peterson Pubns, 2003. Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX0970609132
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