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Dinosaur Books

There are dinosaur books for both young and old. Dinosaur books for kids include a variety of dinosaur activity books as well as educational books and enthralling dinosaur story books. Dinosaur books for adults include science fiction thrillers, detailed dinosaur encyclopaedias and technical dinosaur colouring books for adults.

Dinosaur Birthday Parties & Presents

Dinosaurs and birthdays go together like jelly and custard. All kids love dinosaurs and they offer a birthday theme everyone can get involved with as there are loads of dinosaur themed presents, costumes, wrapping paper, game, tableware and dinosaur party bag fillers.

Latest Dinosaur News & Discussion

Find all the latest dinosaur news, whether that be new fossil discoveries, scientific information or just new dinosaur toys being released. we scour the internet to find all the latest articles about dinosaurs

Injured Dinosaur Left Behind Unusual Footprints
A set of dinosaur footprints in Spain has unusual features because the dinosaur that made the tracks had an injured foot, according to a new study.
T. Rex’s Short Arms May Have Lowered Risk Of Bites During Feeding Frenzies
Extinct for 66 million years, T. rex still inspires speculation about its anatomy, behavior and fierce physique. One conundrum: its peculiarly short forelimbs, which have relatively limited mobility. While scientists have suggested explanations, a paleontologist puts the proposals to the test and finds them wanting. He hypothesizes that the arms reduced in size to limit damage, possibly fatal, when a pack of T. rexes descended on a carcass with their bone-crunching teeth.
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Mammals Put Brawn Before Brains To Survive Post-dinosaur World
Prehistoric mammals bulked up, rather than develop bigger brains, to boost their survival chances once dinosaurs had become extinct, research suggests.
Dense Bones Allowed Spinosaurus To Hunt Underwater
Spinosaurus is the largest predatory dinosaur known -- over two metres longer than the longest Tyrannosaurus rex -- but the way it hunted has been a subject of debate for decades. In a new paper, palaeontologists have taken a different approach to decipher the lifestyle of long-extinct creatures: examining the density of their bones.
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