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PostSubject: Palaeowins Mk. II   Thu Jun 09, 2016 6:58 pm

The resurrection of Palaeowins, post anything that succeeds to modern Palaeontological standards! Be it a drawing, sculpture or video!
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PostSubject: Re: Palaeowins Mk. II   Thu Jun 09, 2016 7:00 pm

I think your avatar qualifies. ^_^
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PostSubject: Re: Palaeowins Mk. II   Sat Jun 11, 2016 8:34 pm

The positive reviews in "JD-man's Serious Dino Books/Dino-Related Reviews!" ( http://jurassicmainframe.forumotion.com/t479-jd-man-s-serious-dino-books-dino-related-reviews ) are for paleowins. As of this post, there's Gardom/Milner's The Natural History Museum Book of Dinosaurs, Norell et al.'s Discovering Dinosaurs: Evolution, Extinction, and the Lessons of Prehistory, Expanded and Updated, Lessem's Dinosaur Worlds, Wild Kratts, Bakker's Prehistoric Monsters, Sloan's Feathered Dinosaurs, Martill/Naish's Walking with Dinosaurs: The Evidence - How Did They Know That?, Bakker's Maximum Triceratops, Bakker's Dino Babies!, Sattler's Tyrannosaurus Rex and Its Kin: The Mesozoic Monsters, Zoehfeld's Dinosaur Parents, Dinosaur Young: Uncovering the Mystery of Dinosaur Families, & Schlein's The Puzzle of the Dinosaur-bird: The Story of Archaeopteryx (which is where the Jurassic Park Legacy thread left off). I'll add to "Palaeowins Mk. II" as I add to "JD-man's Serious Dino Books/Dino-Related Reviews!".

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PostSubject: Re: Palaeowins Mk. II   Mon Aug 01, 2016 2:24 pm

@JD-man wrote:
The positive reviews in "JD-man's Serious Dino Books/Dino-Related Reviews!" ( http://jurassicmainframe.forumotion.com/t479-jd-man-s-serious-dino-books-dino-related-reviews ) are for paleowins. As of this post, there's Gardom/Milner's The Natural History Museum Book of Dinosaurs, Norell et al.'s Discovering Dinosaurs: Evolution, Extinction, and the Lessons of Prehistory, Expanded and Updated, Lessem's Dinosaur Worlds, Wild Kratts, Bakker's Prehistoric Monsters, Sloan's Feathered Dinosaurs, Martill/Naish's Walking with Dinosaurs: The Evidence - How Did They Know That?, Bakker's Maximum Triceratops, Bakker's Dino Babies!, Sattler's Tyrannosaurus Rex and Its Kin: The Mesozoic Monsters, Zoehfeld's Dinosaur Parents, Dinosaur Young: Uncovering the Mystery of Dinosaur Families, & Schlein's The Puzzle of the Dinosaur-bird: The Story of Archaeopteryx (which is where the Jurassic Park Legacy thread left off). I'll add to "Palaeowins Mk. II" as I add to "JD-man's Serious Dino Books/Dino-Related Reviews!".

I've since added Sereno's How Tough Was a Tyrannosaurus?

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PostSubject: Re: Palaeowins Mk. II   Mon Aug 08, 2016 1:33 pm

@JD-man wrote:
The positive reviews in "JD-man's Serious Dino Books/Dino-Related Reviews!" ( http://jurassicmainframe.forumotion.com/t479-jd-man-s-serious-dino-books-dino-related-reviews ) are for paleowins. As of this post, there's Gardom/Milner's The Natural History Museum Book of Dinosaurs, Norell et al.'s Discovering Dinosaurs: Evolution, Extinction, and the Lessons of Prehistory, Expanded and Updated, Lessem's Dinosaur Worlds, Wild Kratts, Bakker's Prehistoric Monsters, Sloan's Feathered Dinosaurs, Martill/Naish's Walking with Dinosaurs: The Evidence - How Did They Know That?, Bakker's Maximum Triceratops, Bakker's Dino Babies!, Sattler's Tyrannosaurus Rex and Its Kin: The Mesozoic Monsters, Zoehfeld's Dinosaur Parents, Dinosaur Young: Uncovering the Mystery of Dinosaur Families, & Schlein's The Puzzle of the Dinosaur-bird: The Story of Archaeopteryx (which is where the Jurassic Park Legacy thread left off). I'll add to "Palaeowins Mk. II" as I add to "JD-man's Serious Dino Books/Dino-Related Reviews!".

I've since added Waldrop/Loomis' Ranger Rick's Dinosaur Book.

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PostSubject: Re: Palaeowins Mk. II   Mon Nov 07, 2016 2:58 pm

@JD-man wrote:
The positive reviews in "JD-man's Serious Dino Books/Dino-Related Reviews!" ( http://jurassicmainframe.forumotion.com/t479-jd-man-s-serious-dino-books-dino-related-reviews ) are for paleowins. As of this post, there's Gardom/Milner's The Natural History Museum Book of Dinosaurs, Norell et al.'s Discovering Dinosaurs: Evolution, Extinction, and the Lessons of Prehistory, Expanded and Updated, Lessem's Dinosaur Worlds, Wild Kratts, Bakker's Prehistoric Monsters, Sloan's Feathered Dinosaurs, Martill/Naish's Walking with Dinosaurs: The Evidence - How Did They Know That?, Bakker's Maximum Triceratops, Bakker's Dino Babies!, Sattler's Tyrannosaurus Rex and Its Kin: The Mesozoic Monsters, Zoehfeld's Dinosaur Parents, Dinosaur Young: Uncovering the Mystery of Dinosaur Families, & Schlein's The Puzzle of the Dinosaur-bird: The Story of Archaeopteryx (which is where the Jurassic Park Legacy thread left off). I'll add to "Palaeowins Mk. II" as I add to "JD-man's Serious Dino Books/Dino-Related Reviews!".

I've since added Abramson et al.'s Inside Dinosaurs.

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PostSubject: Re: Palaeowins Mk. II   Mon Nov 07, 2016 5:42 pm

I'm going to add this here. Yes, it's a bit old and a bit technical but it's still a great read.


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PostSubject: Re: Palaeowins Mk. II   Mon Nov 07, 2016 6:29 pm


This book is a favourite of mine
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PostSubject: Re: Palaeowins Mk. II   Mon Jan 09, 2017 4:18 pm

@JD-man wrote:
The positive reviews in "JD-man's Serious Dino Books/Dino-Related Reviews!" ( http://jurassicmainframe.forumotion.com/t479-jd-man-s-serious-dino-books-dino-related-reviews ) are for paleowins. As of this post, there's Gardom/Milner's The Natural History Museum Book of Dinosaurs, Norell et al.'s Discovering Dinosaurs: Evolution, Extinction, and the Lessons of Prehistory, Expanded and Updated, Lessem's Dinosaur Worlds, Wild Kratts, Bakker's Prehistoric Monsters, Sloan's Feathered Dinosaurs, Martill/Naish's Walking with Dinosaurs: The Evidence - How Did They Know That?, Bakker's Maximum Triceratops, Bakker's Dino Babies!, Sattler's Tyrannosaurus Rex and Its Kin: The Mesozoic Monsters, Zoehfeld's Dinosaur Parents, Dinosaur Young: Uncovering the Mystery of Dinosaur Families, & Schlein's The Puzzle of the Dinosaur-bird: The Story of Archaeopteryx (which is where the Jurassic Park Legacy thread left off). I'll add to "Palaeowins Mk. II" as I add to "JD-man's Serious Dino Books/Dino-Related Reviews!".

I've since added Hedley's Dinosaurs and Their Living Relatives.



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PostSubject: Re: Palaeowins Mk. II   Sun Apr 09, 2017 12:12 pm

@JD-man wrote:
The positive reviews in "JD-man's Serious Dino Books/Dino-Related Reviews!" ( http://jurassicmainframe.forumotion.com/t479-jd-man-s-serious-dino-books-dino-related-reviews ) are for paleowins. As of this post, there's Gardom/Milner's The Natural History Museum Book of Dinosaurs, Norell et al.'s Discovering Dinosaurs: Evolution, Extinction, and the Lessons of Prehistory, Expanded and Updated, Lessem's Dinosaur Worlds, Wild Kratts, Bakker's Prehistoric Monsters, Sloan's Feathered Dinosaurs, Martill/Naish's Walking with Dinosaurs: The Evidence - How Did They Know That?, Bakker's Maximum Triceratops, Bakker's Dino Babies!, Sattler's Tyrannosaurus Rex and Its Kin: The Mesozoic Monsters, Zoehfeld's Dinosaur Parents, Dinosaur Young: Uncovering the Mystery of Dinosaur Families, & Schlein's The Puzzle of the Dinosaur-bird: The Story of Archaeopteryx (which is where the Jurassic Park Legacy thread left off). I'll add to "Palaeowins Mk. II" as I add to "JD-man's Serious Dino Books/Dino-Related Reviews!".

I've since added Martin's Dinosaurs Without Bones: Dinosaur Lives Revealed by their Trace Fossils.

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PostSubject: Re: Palaeowins Mk. II   Mon Jun 05, 2017 11:43 pm

@JD-man wrote:
The positive reviews in "JD-man's Serious Dino Books/Dino-Related Reviews!" ( http://jurassicmainframe.forumotion.com/t479-jd-man-s-serious-dino-books-dino-related-reviews ) are for paleowins. As of this post, there's Gardom/Milner's The Natural History Museum Book of Dinosaurs, Norell et al.'s Discovering Dinosaurs: Evolution, Extinction, and the Lessons of Prehistory, Expanded and Updated, Lessem's Dinosaur Worlds, Wild Kratts, Bakker's Prehistoric Monsters, Sloan's Feathered Dinosaurs, Martill/Naish's Walking with Dinosaurs: The Evidence - How Did They Know That?, Bakker's Maximum Triceratops, Bakker's Dino Babies!, Sattler's Tyrannosaurus Rex and Its Kin: The Mesozoic Monsters, Zoehfeld's Dinosaur Parents, Dinosaur Young: Uncovering the Mystery of Dinosaur Families, & Schlein's The Puzzle of the Dinosaur-bird: The Story of Archaeopteryx (which is where the Jurassic Park Legacy thread left off). I'll add to "Palaeowins Mk. II" as I add to "JD-man's Serious Dino Books/Dino-Related Reviews!".

I've since added Zoobooks Zoodinos Tyrannosaurus Rex.

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PostSubject: Re: Palaeowins Mk. II   Tue Sep 05, 2017 4:06 pm

@JD-man wrote:
The positive reviews in "JD-man's Serious Dino Books/Dino-Related Reviews!" ( http://jurassicmainframe.forumotion.com/t479-jd-man-s-serious-dino-books-dino-related-reviews ) are for paleowins. As of this post, there's Gardom/Milner's The Natural History Museum Book of Dinosaurs, Norell et al.'s Discovering Dinosaurs: Evolution, Extinction, and the Lessons of Prehistory, Expanded and Updated, Lessem's Dinosaur Worlds, Wild Kratts, Bakker's Prehistoric Monsters, Sloan's Feathered Dinosaurs, Martill/Naish's Walking with Dinosaurs: The Evidence - How Did They Know That?, Bakker's Maximum Triceratops, Bakker's Dino Babies!, Sattler's Tyrannosaurus Rex and Its Kin: The Mesozoic Monsters, Zoehfeld's Dinosaur Parents, Dinosaur Young: Uncovering the Mystery of Dinosaur Families, & Schlein's The Puzzle of the Dinosaur-bird: The Story of Archaeopteryx (which is where the Jurassic Park Legacy thread left off). I'll add to "Palaeowins Mk. II" as I add to "JD-man's Serious Dino Books/Dino-Related Reviews!".

I've since added Lauber's How Dinosaurs Came to Be.

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PostSubject: Re: Palaeowins Mk. II   Tue Nov 07, 2017 12:36 pm

@JD-man wrote:
The positive reviews in "JD-man's Serious Dino Books/Dino-Related Reviews!" ( http://jurassicmainframe.forumotion.com/t479-jd-man-s-serious-dino-books-dino-related-reviews ) are for paleowins. As of this post, there's Gardom/Milner's The Natural History Museum Book of Dinosaurs, Norell et al.'s Discovering Dinosaurs: Evolution, Extinction, and the Lessons of Prehistory, Expanded and Updated, Lessem's Dinosaur Worlds, Wild Kratts, Bakker's Prehistoric Monsters, Sloan's Feathered Dinosaurs, Martill/Naish's Walking with Dinosaurs: The Evidence - How Did They Know That?, Bakker's Maximum Triceratops, Bakker's Dino Babies!, Sattler's Tyrannosaurus Rex and Its Kin: The Mesozoic Monsters, Zoehfeld's Dinosaur Parents, Dinosaur Young: Uncovering the Mystery of Dinosaur Families, & Schlein's The Puzzle of the Dinosaur-bird: The Story of Archaeopteryx (which is where the Jurassic Park Legacy thread left off). I'll add to "Palaeowins Mk. II" as I add to "JD-man's Serious Dino Books/Dino-Related Reviews!".

I've since added Naish/Barrett's Dinosaurs: How They Lived and Evolved.

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