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Prehistoric Life: Insects, Bugs and Other Invertebrates

Prehistoric Life: Insects, Bugs and Other Invertebrates

A fascinating insight in to some of the incredible invertebrates that lived on Earth millions of years ago.

Hundreds of millions of years before humans had evolved, our planet was already teeming with life. In prehistoric oceans, stony deserts, warm swamps and vast grasslands, there lived an incredible variety of plants and animals.

Invertebrates made up a huge number of Earth’s life forms. Among them, giant sea scorpions as big as a lion terrorised the oceans, enormous millipedes fed on plants in dense Carboniferous forests and tiny wasps preyed on cockroach larvae in lush tropical regions.

Delve into Prehistoric Life and discover some astounding insects, bugs and other invertebrates that once lived on Earth.

This stunningly illustrated series looks at life in the prehistoric era, focusing not just on dinosaurs, but looking at the world as a whole. The prehistoric era is absolutely fascinating for children and adults alike, and is useful for schools studying history chronologically. Amazingly detailed and accurate illustrations bring the prehistoric era to life. Engaging reading for children aged 7+.

Prehistoric Life is a series of four books:
Mammals, Birds and other Vertebrates
Insects, Bugs and other Invertebrates
Plants
Dinosaurs
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On Sale: 14th February 2019

Price: £12.99

ISBN-13: 9781445159140

Reviews

When children think about prehistoris life, they think about dinosaurs but tiny creatures were also an essential part of early life, so this book gives an interesting new perspective. Hundreds of millions of years before humans, our planet was already teeming with an amazing variety of life. Imagine - giant sea scorpions as big as a lion, enormous millipedes. Fact files give more details about each. The illustrations are an outstanding feature of this book - full page, detailed and colourful, they really do give an excellent imnpression of these creatures and the world they inhabited.
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