Ultimate Dinopedia: The Most Complete Dinosaur Reference Ever - Based on the award-winning NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC KIDS ULTIMATE DINOPEDIA: The Most Complete Dinosaur Reference Ever, this app goes beyond any dinosaur encyclopedia you have ever seen. Just what makes this dino app so extreme? MORE THAN 700 DINOSAURS! ASTONISHING ARTWORK! THE LATEST DISCOVERIES! AMAZING INTERACTIVES AND VIDEO!
The experts agree: The National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) and the Children's Book Council (CBC) named National Geographic’s Dinopedia an Outstanding Science Trade Book for Students K-12.
You’ll find all your favorite dinos plus some really cool new ones are profiles in the meat eater and plant eater sections with fact boxes, fun facts, size comparisons, and more. The incredible dino profiles feature lists almost every dinosaur ever known.
Get audio pronunciation, vital stats, size comparisons, and phenomenal art. Check out bonus videos for select dinosaurs, a visual table of contents, and an interactive family tree that lets you jump to your favorite family of dinos.
Each in-depth dinosaur entry gets a full-page painting. Other art pieces take a closer look at the dino world, from hatching to migrations, from finding fossils to the extinction mystery. And all of the artwork was done in consultation with dinosaur experts to make sure it’s as accurate as possible.
From the newest smallest dinosaur to the color of dino skin, the most current research and thinking is all here.
The National Geographic Kids Ultimate Dinopedia is the most complete, most beautiful, and most up-to-date look at the dinosaur world. It bursts with astonishing artwork. It amazes with fantastic facts. It captures the newest, coolest paleontology. Meet the smallest, largest, fastest, and slowest dinosaurs known. Find out the most famous dinosaur mistakes. Judge winners in the greatest dinosaur battles of all time, and discover much more!
What's New in This Release:
· Retina display optimization for newest iPad
· Updated design throughout
· Improved navigation menus
· Social media integration
· Minor bug fixes
What's New in 1.1:
· Original sound design added to dinosaur videos.
· App stability during video playback improved.
· Audio play/pause button functionality improved.
· Typos and minor content errors corrected.
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Supported operating systems:
Apple iOS 4.2.x (iPad), Apple iOS 4.3.x (iPad), Apple iOS 5.0 (iPad), Apple iOS 6.0 (iPad), Apple iOS 7.0 (iPad), Apple iOS 8.x (iPad), Apple iOS 9.x (iPad)
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