The New Dinosaurs: An Alternative Evolution by Dougal Dixon

By Dougal Dixon

The recent Dinosaurs: an alternate Evolution, 1988, by way of Dougal Dixon and with a ahead through Desmond Morris. Illustrated hardcover booklet with airborne dirt and dust jacket, one hundred twenty pages, released through Salem condominium Publishing.

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