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Title
The giant spike-toothed salmon and other extinct wildlife of central California giant spike-toothed salmon and other extinct wildlife of central California
Type
Text
Contribution
Sankey, Julia T., author.
Biewer, Jacob, author illustrator.
Subject
Animals, Fossil--California.
Aquatic animals, Fossil--California.
Extinct animals--California.
Fossils--California.
Paleobiogeography--Cenozoic.
Paleobiology.
Paleontology--Miocene.
Paleontology--Pliocene.
Plants, Fossil--California.
From 2 to 25 million years ago.
Language
English
Illustrative Content
illustrations
maps
Geographic Coverage
California
Classification
LCC: QE747.C2 S245 2017 (Source: dlc)
Identified By
Lccn: 2017392017
Content
text (Source: rdacontent)
Summary
"Giant, spike toothed salmon and massive tortoises in California! 5 million years ago, California was a much different place, with some very weird animals. Go back in time and learn about the geology and paleontology of the Central Valley of California, with erupting volcanoes and rivers that flowed in the opposite direction from today. Learn about the amazing extinct wildlife, how these animals became fossils, and the paleontologists who discovered them. This concise, engaging, and well-illustrated book is suitable for all ages"--From Amazon description.
Table Of Contents
The word in the stone
Old times on the proto-Tuolumne River
The old man and the lake
Survival of the tuskiest
Fossil beasts and where to find them
All's well that ends well.
Authorized Access Point
Sankey, Julia T., giant spike-toothed salmon and other extinct wildlife of central California
Authorized Access Point Variant
Biewer, Jacob, giant spike-toothed salmon and other extinct wildlife of central California