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By Freddie Levin

Whimsical, attractive initiatives spring like magic from the hand of illustrator Freddie Levin as she indicates younger artists the way to create captivating animals from uncomplicated shapes, akin to eggs, ovals and circles. each one step towards the completed drawing is sluggish and entirely defined. youngsters can choose between a menagerie of favourite topics, together with anteaters, armadillos, bison, deer, elephants, giraffes, hippos, jaguars, kangaroos, koalas, lions, orangutans, pandas, platypuses, polar bears, reccoons and extra. information regarding each one animal is helping make the ebook academic in addition to enjoyable.

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Large claw on first toe Ankle joint GOOD SUPPORT Five widely spread toes on the rear feet of Diplodocus helped support the dinosaur’s enormous weight. The first three toes had claws. A padded heel, like that of an elephant, cushioned the thundering footsteps. Foot bone extension BRACHIOSAURUS Elephants are the biggest land animals alive today ELEPHANT Birdlike toes FLEET FOOT Ornithomimus was one of the speediest dinosaurs. Its three foot bones were locked together, making a long extension to the leg.

The first herbivores appeared in the late Triassic period. Long and narrow head Scaly skin typical of reptiles HERRERASAURUS Sharp teeth EARLY CARNIVORE Herrerasaurus lived about 230 million years ago. It had many features in common with later carnivorous dinosaurs, such as sharp teeth and claws, and strong back legs. ORNITHOSUCHUS TWO-LEGGED RUNNER Ornithosuchus is the ancestor of the large carnivorous dinosaurs of the Jurassic and Cretaceous periods. It was about 13 ft (4 m) long and walked on all fours, although it ran on its two back legs.

Fifth IGUANODON HAND finger Iguanodon could use its hands in several ways. It could use the hoofed middle fingers for walking, and the long fifth fingers could hook onto plants. The thumb spikes were probably defensive weapons used for stabbing enemies. PRESERVED IGUANODON FOOTPRINT IGUANODON FOSSILIZED FOOT BONES The broad, three-toed footprint matches the fossilized foot bones. DINOSAUR PRINT Iguanodon left many clues behind when it became extinct. When it walked on damp sand or mud it left footprints, which dried and became preserved.

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