|About the Book|
Dimetrodon - Permian PredatorTable of ContentsIntroductionChapter 1: Appearance and BehaviorChapter 2: EnvironmentConclusionBonus Dinosaur ContentIntroduction to DinosaursFacts about DinosaursDinosaur ExtinctionDinosaur FossilsDinosaurMoreDimetrodon - Permian PredatorTable of ContentsIntroductionChapter 1: Appearance and BehaviorChapter 2: EnvironmentConclusionBonus Dinosaur ContentIntroduction to DinosaursFacts about DinosaursDinosaur ExtinctionDinosaur FossilsDinosaur EggsDinosaur NamesDinosaur DietFeathered DinosaursPlant Eating DinosaursThe Weirdest DinosaursThe Deadliest DinosaursFlying DinosaursKinds of DinosaursThe Biggest DinosaursThe Smallest DinosaursAuthor BioPublisherIntroductionSalutations young reader! Today we are going to embark on a journey back to an age that began before the dinosaurs walked the earth. The age I am referring to was an incredible age with incredible creatures. These ancient animals lived nearly 300 million years ago and thrived for about 50 million years. We humans have only been around for about 60,000 years and we have only been using computers for about 75 years. The ancient animals of this age mysteriously became extinct and disappeared from our earth, but left their fossilized remains behind. Fossils have been discovered constantly in human history- the Chinese thought they were dragon bones and Europeans thought they were the bones of biblical monsters. Luckily, the scientific study of ancient animals began in between 1815-1824 with the discovery of an Iguanodon fossil. Since then ancient animals and dinosaurs have been discovered all over the world. Their immense size, strange shapes, and wonderful natures make them inherently worthy of interest. The study of ancient animals requires depth of imagination, analytical skills, and thought. The many unanswered questions about their lives, behavior, and disappearance provoke the curious to seek answers and ask even more questions. I hope this book fuels your imagination and makes you want to learn even more about dinosaurs and the ancient animals which preceded them. I hope you learn to appreciate the value of your study and that you bring a spirit of openness and wonder on your journey back to an ancient age that began before the age of the dinosaurs.