Showing posts from June, 2018

Prehistoric Times Recommended Stuff/Reading

Do you read or want to read the Prehistoric Times? Then this post is for you.

Prehistoric Times

Buy them here and do anything it recommends you to do.

Dinosaur Profile: Spinosaurus


Spinosaurus lived in North Africa about 100 million years ago. It was a piscivore, which means it ate fish. Despite what people used to think about Spinosaurus, it didn't live on land. It was a quadruped and lived in water and it stayed there, swimming for the most of its life. We aren't sure about how Spinosaurus sounded like but, it probably sounded like a crocodile. It looked like a crocodile and behaved like a crocodile, so it had to sound like a crocodile.

Jurassic Park: Recommended Stuff/ Reading

If you are a Jurassic fan, than this is the place for you. Mainly, I am doing this post because of Jurassic Park's 25th anniversary.


Newsweek Special Edition: Jurassic Park

Entertainment Weekly: Jurassic Park

Hollywood Spotlight: Jurassic World

Stan Winston School Dinosaur Courses, which are here

Jurassic Park Tour
If you can, look for more magazines on Jurassic Park/World in the future.

The Secret of Jurassic Park

Sources For Dinosaur Lovers

Welcome to my new post.

I'd say because Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom is coming out soon, I put this GIF of Indominus Rex fighting with Tyrannosaurus Rex and Raptor Blue. So, here we go.

Jurassic Park Arcade: It doesn't sound like much but you have to capture 3 dinosaurs which are Triceratops, T-Rex, and Spinosaurus while shooting enemy dinosaurs and bugs. There is also some concept art.

This is the Spinosaurus.

This is the T-Rex. Jurassic Park Arcade is available at almost any arcade.

Saurian: This is the most accurate dinosaur video game ever created. You survive in Hell Creek while being a dinosaur.

Prehistoric Kingdom: Another accurate dinosaur video game just this time you build a dinosaur park.

Everything Dinosaur: It has dinosaur news, magazine reviews, and toy reviews.

Reddit: Dinosaurs, They Rock!: This website has articles on news, articles, discoveries, fluff, videos, fossil pics, finds, texts, discussions, questions, dino art, and Jurassic Park.
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Reading List for The Lost Dinosaurs of Eygpt

Further Reading

The History of Dinosaurs

Mayor, Adrienne; TheFirst Fossil Hunters;Princeton University Press, 2000
It presents the myths and legends that Greeks and Romans believed and what they actually were.

For Enthusiasts

Norman, David; The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Dinosaurs; Salamander Publishing; 1988

For General Readers

Norman, David; Dinosaur!; Mass Market Paperback; 1995

A Walking With Dinosaurs-Inspired Reading List

Walking With Dinosaurs was the best documentary of its time with many species of dinosaurs including Allosaurus, T.rex, Eoraptor, Triceratops and more. I'm not talking about the specials but, I mean just the documentary. So, here is a list of books:

Raptor Red by Robert T. Bakker
Obviously, this book goes along the Walking With Dinosaurs way. It begins with Raptor Red, a female Utahraptor who loses her mate. Then, she goes on to an adventure to find a new mate and she goes to the Pacific.

Walking with Dinosaurs: A Natural History by Tim Haines
I forgot but, if you are a WWD fan, and if you have not read this book, I highly encourage you to do so. It has chapters with the name of each episode (6 Chapters) with what was in each episode.

The Age of Reptiles series by Ricardo Delgado
This is mainly a comic book, but it has very great story telling. It also features many dinosaurs and animals that lived with them. Also, there are two short stories on the internet which are The Body and B…

Dinosaur Reading List for May 2018

Okay, I want people to move out of Jurassic Park/World. So here is a reading list I will publish every month. I also like lists this way so, here is my format:

For Young Audiences

Dinosaurs by Steve Brusatte
Presents dinosaurs from each time period of the Mesozoic and also features sections on The Morrison Formation and T.rex blood being discovered

For General Readers

My Beloved Brontosaurus by Brian Switek
Shows how our understanding of dinosaurs has changed in the century

Why Dinosaurs Matter by Kenneth Lacovara
Talks about how dinosaurs can teach us about the past

Dinosaur Art 2 by Steve White
As a sequel to Dinosaur Art, this new book shows new artwork from the top paleoartists

How to Draw Dinosaurs Volumes 1 and 2 by Tracy Lee Ford
Has articles from dinosaur magazines and shows the anatomy of different dinosaurs

Dinosaurs: The Grand Tour by Keiron Pim and Jack Horner
From Aardonyx to Zuniceratops and covers many different topics

Planet Dinosaur by Cavan Scott
The companion book to the n…