Seismosaurus: The Earth Shaker by David D. Gillette (Hardback, 1994)
The book also illustrates the exciting collaboration between Gillette, the chemists and physicists who helped to reconstruct Seismosaurus. The fascinating tale of the excavation and analysis of the longest and perhaps heaviest dinosaur known to science. Gillette begins his story with the serendipitous discovery of several large The success of John R.
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The success of John R. Horner and James Gorman's Digging Dinosaurs Workman, proved that there is much interest in personal accounts of the discovery and study of dinosaurs. This book, by a David D.
Gillette, Ph. Mark Hallett is a well-known illustrator of prehistoric animals and their environments.
He and other paleontologists agree that the sauropods existed in large numbers for only a relatively brief period. Bones from another large family of dinosaurs, the titanosauridae, have been dated from near the end of the Cretaceous period--about 65 million years ago, shortly before dinosaurs became extinct. They just lost out on living space and food--they were crowded out.
Gillette hopes to learn a lot more about seismosaurus. About Us. Brand Publishing.