Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Animals
- T. Rex Sue - The Field Museum (Chicago)
Sue is the most complete fossil of a Ttyrannosaurus rex that has been discovered to date. This T. Rex was unearthed in 1990 on a ranch in South Dakota. She was named after and discovered by fossil hunter Sue Hendrickson.
- Dinosaurs - Museum of Victoria (Australia)
Learn exactly what it takes to be classified as a dinosaur. Also contains great information and resources about the size, weight and speed of dinosaurs.
- Super Croc
Get a glimpse of this 110 million year old crocodile. Its body is as long as a school bus and its head over six feet long. T-Rex has nothing on this bad boy.
- Dino Russ's Lair
Dinosaur and vertebrate paleontology information.
- Dinosaur Anatomical Dictionary
Look up the words and phase-ology of dinosaur parts.
- Dinosaurs at the Royal Tyrell Museum (Canada)
Dinosaur Hall is a window on a lost world. Almost 40 dinosaurs are on display. They range from the giant Camarasaurus, browsing on Jurassic vegetation, to a baby hadrosaurs.
- Dinosaurs at the Smithsonian Institution
Dinosaurs and exhibits currently on display at the museum. Many pictures can be found here also.
- Dinosaurs: Bosco's Rockpile
A place to share dinosaur and paleontology information, photos, web sites and links.
A dinosaur database with a list of dinosaurs, a classification of dinosaur, pictures, and more.
- Dinosaur Dictionary
Look up the words and phase-ology of dinosaurs.
- Dinosaur Footprints in Coal
An article about dinosaurs and their footprints by Andrew MacRae.
- Dinosaur Pictures
Need a picture of a dinosaur for your project or assignment? You can easily locate pictures of dinosaurs at this site.
- Dinosaur Web
A guide to dinosaur sites in Western Colorado and Eastern Utah.
- Sauropods, Elephants, Weightlifters
An article about certain dinosaurs by Wayne Throop.
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