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Bird or Dinosaur?

Investigation of Archaeopteryx, an animal whose fossilized remains first led scientists to suggest that birds and dinosaurs are related, takes learners through a consideration of all the things that make a bird a bird and a dinosaur a dinosaur. Richly
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Investigation of Archaeopteryx, an animal whose fossilized remains first led scientists to suggest that birds and dinosaurs are related, takes learners through a consideration of all the things that make a bird a bird and a dinosaur a dinosaur. Richly illustrated with accompanying background for teachers.

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