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Dino Poop & Other Remarkable Remains Of The Past

by Jane Hammerslough

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Dino Poop: And Other Remarkable Remains of the Past is a fact filled book that kids gobble up! Two things that elementary kids love are dinosaurs and poop! This book gives scientific examples of really cool places that we find the ancient remains of dinosaurs like peat bogs, frozen tundra, tar pits and more. All of the facts are well presented in this fun guide. Filled with fascinating facts, questioning quizzes, tantalizing timetables and more.
  gregorysmith | Jul 31, 2016 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0439852781, Flexibound)

Cool science with a gross-out twist!

From huge piles of million-year-old dinosaur dung to perfectly-preserved woolly mammoths, from gargantuan animal guts to nature-made mummies, DINO POOP AND OTHER REMARKABLE REMAINS OF THE ANCIENT PAST explores some of the strangest stuff on earth and the amazing ways we are able to study it today. This is a lively and fun guide to the places we find ancient remains like peat bogs, tar pits, amber mines, frozen tundra, and yes, even in fossilized vomit!
In addition to fascinating facts, quizzes, timelines, and maps, you even get your very own piece of coprolite (a.k.a. "dino poop"!).

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:25:45 -0400)

Discusses the nature and origin of fossils, the collection and study of them, and what they can tell us about creatures of the past.

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