Jørn H. Hurum, Torstein Helleve and Esther van Hulsen (ill.)
Roar - the life of a Triceratops

Roar is the name of an amazing Triceratops fossil that was
recently discovered and excavated. This book tells the story
about Roar.
How did this herbivore with the huge head really live? How
did it fare against enemies like the T.Rex? And how can you
actually find a fossil?
Jørn Hurum is one of our most prominent science
communicators. In his inimitable style, he takes us on
an exciting journey back to the Cretaceous period. This
book, illustrated by two of Norway’s most talented nature
illustrators, also contains a wealth of exciting facts about
discoveries and excavations of fossils, and about dinosaurs in

Jørn H. Hurum, Torstein Helleve and Esther van Hulsen (ill.)

Jørn H. Hurum (b. 1967) is a paleontologist and one of
Norway’s most prominent science communicators. He is a
professor at the Natural History Museum in Oslo. Since 2004
he has led a team excavating large marine lizards on Svalbard.
Esther van Hulsen (b. 1981) is a Dutch artist, painter and
nature illustrator living in Norway. She is a graduate of the
Kunstacademie Minerva Groningen. Van Hulsen has illustrated
a number of award-winning non-fiction books for children
about prehistoric animals.
Torstein Helleve (b. 1964) works with research
communication and information in the Department of
Pharmacy at the University of Oslo.

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Edited March 20, 2023 by Vigmostad & Bjørke – Ena forlag