Publisher description for Maximum triceratops / by Robert T. Bakker ; illustrated by Luis Rey.
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Tyrannosaurus rex was the biggest, baddest bone-crunchingest meat-eater of its time, right? And every other dinosaur was afraid of it, right? Wrong! There was one animal that scared even the mighty T. rex. It’s name? Triceratops maximus—a 100% plant-eating veggie-saur that scientists have been arguing about for over 70 years. World renowned paleontologist Dr. Robert T. Bakker examines this fascinating fossil—and the controversy surrounding it—in an easy-to-read format that young dinophiles will devour.
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Triceratops Juvenile literature, Triceratops, Dinosaurs