Digging Dinosaurs: the search that unraveled the mystery of baby dinosaurs
John R. Horner, James Gorman 1988 Workman Publishing

This book deals with the study of animal behavior using fossils. The author describes how he studied a duckbill dinosaur nesting area and used fossil eggs and bones to piece together the way these animals reproduced and raised their offspring.

ISBN 0-89480-220-8
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Resource Type: Scientific Resources:Overview/Reference Work, BookKeywords: dinosaur, Earth history, evolution