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Iguanodon and Dr. Gideon Mantell

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Published by PowerKids Press in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • England
    • Subjects:
    • Mantell, Gideon Algernon, 1790-1852 -- Juvenile literature.,
    • Mantell, Mary Ann -- Juvenile literature.,
    • Mantell, Gideon Algernon, 1790-1852.,
    • Mantell, Mary Ann.,
    • Geologists -- England -- Biography -- Juvenile literature.,
    • Iguanodon -- Juvenile literature.,
    • Geologists.,
    • Iguanodon.

    • About the Edition

      Tells how two amateur paleontologists, an English doctor and his wife, found a fossilized tooth that led to the discovery of a large species of dinosaurs known as Iguanodons.

      Edition Notes

      Includes index.

      Other titlesIguanodon and Doctor Gideon Mantell, Iguanodon
      StatementBrooke Hartzog.
      SeriesDinosaurs and their discoverers
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQE22.M32 H37 1999
      The Physical Object
      Pagination24 p. :
      Number of Pages24
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL350945M
      ISBN 100823953254
      LC Control Number98010337
      OCLC/WorldCa38573268

      Product Information. This is a scholarly yet accessible biography of a pioneering dinosaur hunter and scholar. Gideon Mantell discovered the Iguanodon (a famous tale and related in this book) and several other dinosaur species, spent over twenty-five years restoring Iguanodon fossils, and helped establish the idea of an Age of Reptiles that ended with their extinction at the conclusion of. Of the three species depicted – Megalosaurus, Hylaosaurus and Iguanodon – it’s the last of these that’s of particular interest. Translating as ‘Iguana tooth’, Iguanodon came to mankind’s attention when Mary Ann Mantell, Gideon’s wife, chanced upon some fossilised teeth while her husband, a Sussex GP, was visiting a patient near Lewes.   Town Aims to Honour Gideon Mantell with a Life-size Dinosaur Monument The dinosaur-themed monument would act as a fitting tribute and memorial to Dr Gideon Mantell who made such a significant contribution to the nascent science of palaeontology in the early part of the 19th Century. (Iguanodon) and many of Mantell’s fossils are now.


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Open Library. Iguanodon and Dr. Gideon Mantell. Mantell and his wife brought a peculiar rock they'd found near their home to the attention of scientists and museum experts. This started the Mantells on a winding trail of clues and theories that led to the discovery of iguanodon.

Library Bound Book. ISBN: Author. InMantell published Notice on the Iguanodon, a Newly Discovered Fossil Reptile, from the Sandstone of Tilgate Forest, in Sussex. Perhaps because he had been snubbed for so long by the Geological Society, he had the paper read at a meeting of the even-more-prestigious Royal Society.

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Mantell, the son of a cobbler, had a eureka. Gideon Algernon Mantell MRCS FRS (3 February – 10 November ) was an English obstetrician, geologist and attempts to reconstruct the structure and life of Iguanodon began the scientific study of dinosaurs: in he was responsible for the discovery (and the eventual identification) of the first fossil teeth, and later much of the skeleton, of : 3 FebruaryLewes, Sussex, England.

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Gideon Mantell - the first dinosaur hunter. In Gideon Mantell, a doctor from Lewes, East Sussex, described a fossil tooth which his wife had found by the side of the road in Cuckfield, West Sussex. This tooth was the first dinosaur fossil in the world ever to be identified.

Gideon Algernon Mantell MRCS FRS (3 February – 10 November ) was an English obstetrician, geologist and attempts to reconstruct the structure and life of Iguanodon began the scientific study of dinosaurs: in he was responsible for the discovery (and the eventual identification) of the first fossil teeth, and later much of the skeleton, of Iguanodon.

Iguanodon and Dr. Gideon Mantell. [Brooke Hartzog] -- Tells how two amateur paleontologists, an English doctor and his wife, found a fossilized tooth that led to the discovery of a large species of dinosaurs known as Iguanodons.

Mary Ann Mantell (née Woodhouse; 9 April – 20 October ) is credited with the discovery of the first fossils of Iguanodon and provided several pen and ink sketches of the fossils for her husband, Gideon Mantell's, scientific description of for: Discovering Iguanodon.

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He named it Iguanodon as it reminded him of the tooth of an Iguana. Original drawing here of first teeth found around that gave rise to the idea of a giant reptile. Gideon Algernon Mantell MRCS FRS (Lewes, 3 February – London, 10 November ) was an English obstetrician, geologist and palaeontologist.

Mantell's work on the structure and life of Iguanodon began the scientific study of dinosaurs. In he was responsible for the discovery (and the eventual identification) Born: 3 FebruaryLewes, Sussex, England.

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From Mantell's discovery to the present day. It was on a sunny morning in that the young doctor, Gideon Mantell and his wife Mary Ann, from Lewes made a unique discovery.

While Dr. Mantell was making a house call on a patient in Cuckfield, his wife decided to take a stroll through the village. Gideon Mantell and the Discovery of Dinosaurs is a scholarly yet accessible biography--the first in a generation--of a pioneering dinosaur hunter and scholar.

Gideon Mantell discovered the Iguanodon (a famous tale set right in this book) and several other dinosaur species, spent over twenty-five years restoring Iguanodon fossils, and helped establish the idea of an Age of Reptiles that ended.

Gideon Mantell discovered the Iguanodon (a famous tale set right in this book) and several other dinosaur species, spent over twenty-five years restoring Iguanodon fossils, and helped establish the idea of an Age of Reptiles that ended with their extinction at the conclusion of the Mesozoic Era.

Iguanodon and Dr. Gideon Mantell Dinosaurs and Their Discoverers: : Brooke Hartzog: BooksAuthor: Brooke Hartzog. Gideon Mantell in the Brighton Press – a transcription John A. Cooper, Royal Pavilion & Museums, Brighton & Hove The life and career of Gideon Algernon Mantell (), the pioneer Sussex geologist, has been extensively researched and published.

He is, perhaps, best known for his fossil vertebrate discoveries in the. The genus was named in by English geologist Gideon Mantell but discovered by William Harding Bensted, based on fossil specimens found in England, some of which were subsequently assigned to Mantellodon.

Iguanodon was the second type of dinosaur formally named based on fossil specimens, after : Dinosauria. **Gideon Mantell’s Iguanodon bones** Toothy Discovery. In some teeth were discovered in a quarry in Tilgate Forest, Sussex.

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Kids Encyclopedia Facts. Gideon Algernon Mantell MRCS FRS (Lewes, 3 February – London, 10 November ) was an English obstetrician, geologist and palaeontologist.

Mantell's work on the structure and life of Iguanodon began the scientific study of : 3 FebruaryLewes, Sussex, England. Iguanodon was a large, plant eating dinosaur of the early Cretaceous period. Iguanodon weighed around 3 tonnes, and was around 10 meters (33 ft.) in length.

Iguanodon was discovered by English doctor and dinosaur expert Dr Gideon Mantell. Mantell first thought that the Iguanodon tooth came from a large crocodile type animal.

A single Iguanodon tooth was discovered inone of the earliest dinosaur discoveries. The dinosaur was named Iguanodon in by Dr. Gideon Mantell, because its teeth were similar to the modern day iguana. Gideon Mantell: | | | |Gideon Mantell| | | | | ||| World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the most Missing: Iguanodon.

Find a Grave, database and images (: accessed), memorial page for Dr Gideon Algernon Mantell (3 Feb –10 Nov ), Find a Grave Memorial no. citing West Norwood Cemetery and Crematorium, West Norwood, London Borough of Lambeth, Greater London, England ; Maintained by Find A al ID: View Source.

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Gideon Algernon Mantell played a major role in the early years of this science, making some incredibly important discoveries that shaped a great deal of our knowledge of prehistoric animals. The first true breakthrough for the dinosaurs, however, occurred in when Gideon Mantell and his wife discovered and identified the first fossil teeth, which belonged to the dinosaur Mantell named Iguanodon.

Gideon Mantell, thanks to this discovery and his tireless work in geology and paleontology, is now recognized as the man who started Author: Grace Costantino. Gideon Mantell, an English physician, was born Feb. 3, InMantell discovered the teeth of a giant reptile in West Sussex. It was eventually pointed out that the teeth resembled those of an iguana, only much larger, which suggested to Mantell that he call his creature an Iguanodon, and he announced and named his discovery in We now recognize Iguanodon as the second dinosaur.Gideon Mantell discovered and described Iguanodon.

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