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Story of Life on Earth
Margaret Munro (au); Karen Reczuch (il)
This beautiful, lavishly illustrated non-fiction picture book tells the story of how life has developed on this planet. It describes how life grew, changed, disappeared & reappeared over the course of the past five billion years, culminating with the arrival of human beings. Each fascinating stage in the evolution of life is given its full due -- the Burgess Shale, the Paleolithic extinction of most living organisms, the ice ages & periods of volcanic eruptions as well as the dinosaurs. Human life, of course, appears as the very last of all the rich treasures of life that have existed on our planet. A visual glossary, created according to the latest research & checked by paleontologists at the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto, identifies the creatures in the beautiful pastel illus.
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