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Dinosaurs: Scientific American Special Edition | [Scientific American]

Dinosaurs: Scientific American Special Edition

First, hear about fish-shaped reptiles that thrived in the oceans while dinosaurs ruled the land. Then, learn about the evolutionary history of whales, the mammals that conquered the seas. The most famous of all dinosaurs, Tyrannosaurus Rex, gets a fresh look as scientists re-examine fossil evidence for clues as to the tyrannosaur┬┐s actual behavior. Also, learn about some ancient Australian marsupials that were as ferocious as they were bizarre. Then, "Which Came First, the Feather or the Bird?", and more.
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Audible Editor Reviews

This special presentation from the magazine Scientific American includes tons of fun information about dinosaurs. The articles cover the first fish-shaped reptiles, the history of whales, ancient Australian marsupials, and even the evolution of life on Earth. The clear-voiced narrator enjoys relaying these prehistoric tales. His deliberate enunciation and approachable tone make this audio magazine appealing to listeners of all ages. Fans of this issue will enjoy the whole series of Scientific American for their daily dose information on the go.

Publisher's Summary

First, hear about fish-shaped reptiles that thrived in the oceans while dinosaurs ruled the land. Then, learn about the evolutionary history of whales, the mammals that conquered the seas. The most famous of all dinosaurs, Tyrannosaurus Rex, gets a fresh look as scientists re-examine fossil evidence for clues as to the tyrannosaur┬┐s actual behavior. Also, learn about some ancient Australian marsupials that were as ferocious as they were bizarre. Then, in "Which Came First, the Feather or the Bird?" hear about the carnivorous bipedal dinosaurs that developed the earliest feathers. Also, "Terror Birds of South America," huge creatures that were the dominant carnivores on the continent for millions of years, until competitors drove them into extinction. Finally, get an overview of the "Evolution of Life on Earth."

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