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An egg thief?

Eason, Sarah
"Back in 1922, Roy Chapman Andrews discovered dinosaur eggs. He also found bones of another dino called Oviraptor that looked like it was stealing those eggs. But was it really? For years, paleontologists thought Oviraptor was an egg thief. Then, Mark Norrell made a new discovery that changed everything. Follow along on this graphic adventure to find fossils and discover the truth about Oviraptor. Then, take a trip back in time to learn about the creatures that lived alongside Oviraptor and discover even more about paleontology"--

Ages 8-11 Bearport Publishing Company|||Grades 4-6 Bearport Publishing Company|||juvenile

by Sarah Eason ; illustrated by Ludovic Sallé.

"Bear claw."

Includes bibliographical references (page 24) and index.
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