Killer Dinosaurs by Liz Miles


Killer Dinosaurs by Liz Miles

Carnivorous dinosaurs, both big and small, had a range of ways to capture, kill and eat their prey. From the monstrous Tyrannosaurus rex with its terrifying array of teeth and powerful bite, to the super-fast two-legged dinosaurs and those with huge sickle-shaped claws. Discover what made killer dinosaurs such successful hunters. From their early evolution to eventual extinction, these books span the prehistoric era where dinosaurs ruled the world. From the biggest to the smallest, the hunting and defence strategies they use and the amazing variety of body, shapes, sizes and features that make these amazing creatures so unique to our history. Find out all about their dangerous world...if you dare! Six books in the series each focus on one particular aspect of dinosaur life and characteristics. For dino-mad kids everywhere aged 8-12.

About the Author

Liz Miles is an experienced author of non-fiction and fiction. She has over 70 published titles, and writes overlooking the River Colne in Wivenhoe. Her fascination with prehistory began as a child when she picked up her first fossil on the Jurassic Coast.

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32 pages
Interest Age: From 8


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Publication date

13th August 2015



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