Elizabeth Carpenter, 2001, Workman Publishing, New York (Soft cover $14.95) ISBN: 0-7611-1275-8.

Think back to your earliest paleontological discovery. Perhaps you first encountered two-dimensional images of extinct placoderms, dinosaurs, and mammoths in treasured books. Perhaps you visited a vast museum, and stood amazed by the three-dimensional reconstructions of mysterious creatures that lived on Earth long before humans ever evolved. Or perhaps you were relieved when a quick glance over your shoulder assured you that the saber-toothed cat from the mammal hall was not stalking you from exhibit to exhibit. Cast aside your meticulous paleontological training for a few moments and...

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