"Walking with Beasts": Survival! pdf epub fb2

"Walking with Beasts": Survival! by Stephen Jarvis epub fb2 djvu

Author: Stephen Jarvis
Title: "Walking with Beasts": Survival!
ISBN: 0563533048
ISBN13: 978-0563533047
Other Formats: azw mbr doc mobi
Pages: 48 pages
Publisher: Penguin Character Books Ltd (November 1, 2001)
Language: English
Size EPUB version: 1265 kb
Size FB2 version: 1513 kb
Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Animals

Go on location with Gastornis, a 3-metre high bird; with a 20-metre long sea creature called Basilosaurus; and the Cynodictus, a hunting bear-dog. Meet the creatures that dominated the Earth in the years that followed the death of the last dinosaur 65 million years ago until the rise of man, a mere 40,000 years ago. Find out where these beasts lived, what they ate and how they survived.

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