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Australian Dinosaurs and Mega Beasts

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This unique book captures the range and diversity of the wondrous Australian wildlife from prehistory. The book includes over 70 animals that lived in Australia at various times during the Mesozoic and Cenozoic eras (ie from 250 million years ago), from sea creatures to amphibians, dinosaurs, reptiles, birds and mammals. With meticulous attention to the environment and flora of each period, the book presents a succession of the huge animals that marched, flew and swam across our landscape, from the terrifying Daspletosaurus to the more sedentary Diprotodon. This book invites and engages kids (and kid-adults) of all ages to find, discover and learn all the animal names and compare their different types. Assisted by leading palaeontologists, author Myke has ensured the illustrations are as anatomically correct as possible as well as vibrant and engaging.

Myke Mollard is a children’s educator, illustrator, author and designer – just some of his creative talents. He began his career in graphic design, branding management and producing commercials for TV. He later found outlets for his passion for educating kids about the world around them, both in person in classroom and online settings, and via his books which he fully writes and illustrates himself. One of his first books, in 2008, was the best-selling A-Z of Australian Bush Creatures which sold 85,000 copies in the early 2010s and was recently re-issued. His latest books are Australian Endangered Bush Creatures and Australian Dangerous Bush Creatures.

Mega Beasts of the Permian

Dinosaurs and Beasts of the Triassic

Dinosaurs and Beasts of the Jurassic

Dinosaurs and Beasts of the Cretaceous

Mega Beasts of the Tertiary

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* The only book to feature just Australian dinosaurs and the Cenozoic mega fauna.
* Large format hardback will capture the imagination in a display setting.
* The captivating and anatomically correct illustrations bring the creatures vibrantly to life.

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