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"Encyclopedia of Dinosaurs" versus "Dinosaurs: The Encyclopedia"

    Comments please concerning the comparative values of the "Encyclopedia
of Dinosaurs" editted by Phil Currie and Kevin Padian {$99.95} versus the
"Dinosaurs: The Encyclopedia" by Donald Glut {$145}.

    The Glut book claims that it will have all known discovered material
listed for each genera (including specimen numbers).  It is supposed to have
1439 illustrations, and be 1088 pages.

The Currie/Padian book has 875 pages and over 400 illustrations, and about
100 contributors.

(PS: I already have "The Complete Dinosaur".  You can compare the other
volumes with that one if you wish).

    Allan Edels