The Science of Prehistoric Giants

Ian Graham

The Science of Prehistoric Giants
£10.99

Over millions of years, during the Age of Dinosaurs, bigger and bigger species evolved. The plant-eaters, or herbivores, were the biggest by far. They were the largest creatures that have ever lived on land. This gruesome guide explores the lives of these gigantic creatures, exploring their diet, physical characteristics, and how they could defend themselves against predators. Packed with fact-filled, easy-to-read text, quirky illustrations and side panels providing more icky information.

About the Author

Ian Graham studied applied physics at the City University, London. Since becoming a freelance author and journalist, he has specialised in science and technological subjects.

About the Author

Ian Graham studied applied physics at the City University, London. Since becoming a freelance author and journalist, he has specialised in science and technological subjects.

Product information

Type: Hardback
Pages: 32
Size: 240 x 212 mm