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Posted March 25, 2011
The main feature of this book are the 100 double spread scene paintings arranged in sequence from the time of the bacteria up to the dinosaurs and age of mammals.
This book has the most number of prehistoric paintings I have ever seen. Plants are also included in the prehistoric scene paintings.
It is like a much larger version of the Atlas of the Prehistoric World also by Douglas Palmer. Atlas of the Prehistoric world is currently reprinted with a prehistoric animal book and called Illustrated Encyclopedia of Prehistoric World.
There were some words spelled incorrectly in the text but I am smart enough to figure out the right spelling so they did not bother me.
The back has a 4 page fold out. I recommend putting some glue there in the spine of the back board bec. the last page glued to the back board can tear at the spine after frequent use. Don't drop the book also.
Posted January 2, 2011
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