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CruiseReady, It's nice that such an amazing animal honors an amazing woman who has done so much for fossil retrieval and preservation. But it's definitely a look that stands out in a crowd, even with such colleagues as duck-billed dinosaurs and tyrannosaurs!
What an amazing creature that must have been!
happynutritionist, It indeed is truly impressive how many fine images are available because of the generous sharing and meticulous attention of so many competent photographers. It's because of such kindness that landscape pictures are available, and I love your mentioning the assist they give to imagining them with such ancient perambulators as Wendy's horned dinosaurs!
frankbeswick, Thank you for liking this series. Dinosaurs indeed are such great learning fun that they're guaranteed to get children motivated to do homework, pay attention in class, and -- as you suggest -- produce projects for class or science fairs. Everyone becomes a discoverer and explorer -- except in the case of some really scary movies ;-[ -- when it comes to dinosaurs.
I do love the artwork on the page, yes, you are right, the illustrators are so talented. I also appreciate looking out on the vast empty landscape in the photo, imagining what it must have been like to see this dinosaur walking about.
This is a great series on dinosaurs, and it would be so useful to children doing projects at school.