PrefaceAcknowledgments1. Sizing Up Sauropods2. Parting of the Ways3. A Sauropod Field Guide4. Of Bones and Bridges5. Brontosaur Biology6. Conifer Cuisine7. A Sauropod in the Lab8. The Next Generation9. Predator and Prey10. The Ancient Race11. End of Eden?12. Summing Up SauropodsGlossarySources and Suggested ReadingPhotography and Illustration CreditsIndex
Naturalist Mark Hallett's art and writing has appeared in Life, Smithsonian Magazine, and National Geographic. An artistic consultant for Jurassic Park and Dinosaur, he has created dinosaur art and models for the Walt Disney Company and Universal Studios. Mathew J. Wedel is a well-recognized sauropod expert and an associate professor of anatomy at Western University of Health Sciences. He has coauthored papers naming the sauropods Sauroposeidon and Brontomerus.
... the book is exceedingly well written-the text is captivating, without resorting to hyperbole or oversimplification. Recommended. * Choice * Every time you open this book you will find something new and interesting about these giant animals! -- Raif (age 6!) * Kid's Book Buzz *