Seventy-six million years ago, one young dinosaur’s life came to an end. It was an Albertosaurus, distant relative to the Tyrannosaurus Rex. But its death was also a beginning — the start of its transformation into a fossil that would lie undiscovered for millennia. This book, perfect for dinosaur devotees young and old, explores the two lives of this Albertosaurus. It reconstructs the world as this dinosaur would have known it and details how an archaeology team from the Royal Tyrrell Museum excavated and preserved the fossil. Colorful, factual drawings of the dinosaur era, detailed scientific drawings, and black-and-white and color photographs complement the text.
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