By Christy Shaffer, Coloring Books, Horses
Among the main captivating American well known arts of the early 20th century was once the carving of fanciful, complicated animals to grace the carousels that abounded in leisure parks around the state. This meticulously rendered coloring ebook celebrates the ornate good looks and personality of the carousel carver's art.
Colorists and carousel fanatics of every age will have fun with Christy Shaffer's 30 finely drawn, ready-to-color illustrations, all in accordance with actual vintage carvings. every one is observed through a caption detailing attention-grabbing evidence in regards to the animals.
Whether you're a child dazzled through the magic of those carousel creatures, a nostalgia fanatic, or a lifelong merry-go-round fan, this coloring e-book will deal with you to a scrumptious flavor of the earlier as you colour and produce those captivating animals to life.
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Their speed came in handy not only for capturing small prey but also for avoiding becoming the prey of larger meat-eating dinosaurs. Dino Facts NAME: Gallimimus ("rooster mimic") GROUP: Ornithomimosauria WHEN IT LIVED: Late Cretaceous WHERE IT LIVED: Mongolia SIZE: 20 feet long Page 51 Page 52 Scythe Lizards The science of paleontology has its surprises, and one such surprise was the discovery of a group of Late Cretaceous, saurischian dinosaurs commonly called the ''scythe lizards," or Therizinosauridae.
The Ornithischia were named for the bones of their pelvises which were arranged like those of modern birds. This group apparently branched off from the Saurischia sometime during the Late Triassic. All ornithischians had a horn-covered beak-like bone called a "predentary" at the front of the mouth, a useful tool for cropping vegetation. Ornithischians were herbivorous, and they ranged in size from the 4-foot long armored dinosaur Scutellosaurus to the 40-foot long duck-billed dinosaur Saurolophus.
But none of us will ever see a dinosaur in the flesh because the last of these animals perished some 64 million years ago. For that reason, they are all the more intriguing. Hundreds of dinosaur species have been discovered, named, and classified during the last 150 years. We know them from the remains (called fossils) that they left behind. Yet although we have learned much about how dinosaurs looked when they were alive, we will probably never know their color. That's where you come in. The black-and-white pictures in this book are waiting for your Page 7 Page 8 imagination.