Watch in awe as scientists dig back in time to unearth the prehistoric giant that became known to the world as SuperCroc. As big as a school bus, SuperCroc was twice the size of the American crocodile with jaws so strong he could snare a dinosaur. Dig deeper to learn the details from the experts: the biological background of this monster; how he lived; how he evolved; and how he eventually became extinct.
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Pamela Rushby is the award-winning author of National Geographic’s Ben Franklin: Printer, Author, Inventor, Politician, as well as of the Science Chapters Mysteries of the Fossil Dig: How Paleontologists Learn about Dinosaurs and Discovering SuperCroc. A former advertising copywriter and preschool teacher, she lives… More about Pamela Rushby
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Published by National Geographic Children’s Books Oct 09, 2007| 48 Pages| 5-1/8 x 7-5/8| 6-9 years| ISBN 9781426301865