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1997. Chris McGowan. With simple explanations and easy-to-follow diagrams, you can turn the remains of your chicken supper into a miniature replica of an Apatosaurus, better known to budding paleontologists as the fabulous Brontosaurus. With the help of some wire, glue, toothpicks, and other ordinary household items, the bones of three chickens become the vertebrae, legs, and skull of the well known dinosaur. The author also provides a wealth of information on dinosaur evolution and paleontological procedures. Here’s a challenge that will provide hours of fun for the whole class or would make a great science project for any student. 144 pages, soft cover, b&w illustrations.