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This seems like the right place to ask. I'm trying to remember a series of books on prehistoric animals from my childhood and I'm hoping someone here may have read them too.

each of these books was hard cover, and inside there would be a couple of sections.
Each section basically told a 'day in the life of' story of the specific prehistoric animal, and they were usually accompanied by a seriously detailed beautiful paintings of the animal in an environment.
I remember one about a saber toothed cat, one about Tanystropheus which had a painting of it sitting on a rock with a stormy sea in the background etc.

I can't remember what the book series is called, all I remember is how unique a format it was for an educational book series. anyone here ever seen them?

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