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ISBN:
0060254238
Author:
Millicent Ellis Selsam
Category:
Biological Sciences
Language:
English
Publisher:
Harper & Row; 1st edition (1978)
Pages:
41 pages
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1796 kb
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1670 kb
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1288 kb
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Tyrannosaurus rex. by. Selsam, Millicent E. (Millicent Ellis), 1912-1996. Describes efforts to reconstruct a Tyrannosaurus rex skeleton from fossilized bones found in Montana in 1901 and discusses resulting deductions about the creature's way of life.

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Millicent Ellis Selsam was born in New York City on May 30, 1912. She became interested in biology during her high school years, and went on to study biology at Brooklyn College. She was then offered a fellowship teaching at Columbia University while completing an . After she received her . she taught high school science. In 1946 she left teaching to write science discovery books for children. Her first published book was Egg to Chick (1946), which started a science series of "I Can Read" books for Harper

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Millicent Ellis Selsam (1912–1996) was an American children’s author. Selsam was born May 30, 1912, in New York City. She became interested in biology during her high school years. She took this interest to college when she studied biology at Brooklyn College.

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The fearsome roar of Tyrannosaurus Rex as portrayed in film has left many a cinema-goer quaking in their seat. For a new BBC documentary, naturalist Chris Packham visited Julia Clarke, professor of Vertebrate Palaeontology at the University of Texas, to test out a the theory that dinosaurs actually sounded more like birds and reptiles, than today’s predatory mammals. The most chilling noises in the natural world today come from predators, the howl of the wolf, the roar of the tiger, but experts now doubt that.

mil K. (Kapelle) Ellis, Harold Ellis, Charlotte Ellis, Rhoda Ellis Teitler, Jonas Ellis, Myron Abna Ellis, Milton (Millie's Twin) Ellis. Millicent Selsam (born Ellis).

Describes efforts to reconstruct a Tyrannosaurus rex skeleton from fossilized bones found in Montana in 1901 and discusses resulting deductions about the creature's way of life.