Sea Monsters: A Prehistoric Adventure The Official Children's Pop-up Companion to the Giant Screen Film by National Geographic
  

Sea Monsters: A Prehistoric Adventure The Official Children's Pop-up Companion to the Giant Screen Film

Written by National Geographic
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Part of the Sea Monsters Series

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Sea Monsters: A Prehistoric Adventure The Official Children's Pop-up Companion to the Giant Screen Film by National Geographic

Sea Monsters: The Official Pop-Up Book uses amazing pop-up illustrations and foldouts to introduce kids to the most ferocious animals that ever swam and walked the Earth. Breathtaking paper-engineered images of giant sharks, enormous squids, massive marine reptiles, and other creatures from the Late Cretaceous Era, 80 million years ago, leap off the page to thrill readers of all ages. Based on cutting-edge imagery featuring computer-generated creatures, the spectacular effects include a 3-dimensional Tylosaurus - a whale-size predator - and Styxosaurus, a stealthy hunter with a 20-foot-long neck. Featuring fascinating sidebars about underwater paleontology and cool tidbits about fossil hunters, Sea Monsters: The Official Pop-Up Book will intrigue and entertain those who have seen the movie as well as those who haven't.

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Book Info

Format

Diary
12 pages

Author

National Geographic
More books by National Geographic

Publisher

National Geographic Society

Publication date

31st October 2007

ISBN

9781426301766


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