Before the Age of Dinosaurs there was an age in Earth's history known as the Triassic.
It was a world of truly fantastic creatures, a genetic stew of the ancient and the modern.
During this time the Earth took its first steps toward the creation of modern terrestrial ecosystems.
This incredibly exciting period is brought vividly to life in the words of paleontologist Nicholas Fraser and the consummate artistry of Douglas Henderson.
Together they have created a book in which the riches of Triassic life are presented with clarity, scientific accuracy, and imaginative recreation.
Every lover of the life of the past will treasure Dawn of the Dinosaurs.
"Fraser (curator, vertebrate paleontology, Virginia Museum of Natural History) has prepared a serious work on Triassic paleontology.
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