Giganotosaurus: The Giant Southern Lizard by Rob Shone


Giganotosaurus: The Giant Southern Lizard by Rob Shone

Gasp as the young orphan hatchlings try to escape being ambushed by some hungry Carnotauruses! Be amazed as the brave Giganotosaurus battles a huge cow valley snake! From the 'Meat-eating Bull' to the 'Patagonian Claw', discover how we know about dinosaurs and what might have happened to them! Graphic Dinosaurs: Giganotosaurus takes the form of a comic, telling stories of the perilous lives of these giant lizards with vivid, full-colour illustrations. Includes a scientific description and comparison of the creatures featured in this title. Accompanied by a full glossary and index, this makes the book both fun and informative to use.

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32 pages


Rob Shone
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Publication date

1st March 2012



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