- newly discovered bird-like dinosaur fossil.
Online: Walking with Dinosaurs
Dinosaur World - features fanciful illustrations of dinosaurs.
Dinosaur Reconstructions - information about fossil finds in Australia,
and extinct species.
Don - comprehensive information from the world-renowned dinosaur
Russ's Lair - The Earthnet Info Server - provides earth science
information especially in the areas of paleontology and dinosaurs.
- dinosaur database with a list of dinosaurs, classification, pictures,
Sahara - follow a four-month hunt for dinosaur fossils including:
600-toothed giant plant-eaters, flying reptiles, massive crocodiles,
Art and Modeling - a forum for artists and modelers specializing
Dreaming - research information about dinosaur cove, the Inverloch
dig, polar dinosaurs, and the Australian Cretaceous mammal.
Eggs - a 1996 National Geographic Special. Watch fossil researchers
as they “hatch” fossilized dinosaur eggs to reveal the embryos inside.
Illustrations - links to scores of dinosaur pictures around the
Interplanetary Gazette - packed with 245 million years of news.
Reference Center - information about dinosaurs and their world,
presented in a concise, often technical, manner.
Trace Fossils - indirect evidence of ancient life (exclusive of
body parts) that reflects some sort of behavior, including tracks, trails,
burrows, eggs, and nests.
Trackways and Trace Fossils - news about and photographs of a recently
discovered dinosaur trackway in Holyoke, Massachusetts.
Treks - virtual museum offering information on dinosaur tracks and
extinction theories, general references, and a mystery to solve.
- a look into dinosaur evolution and interrelationships. Includes a
On-Line - dinosaur articles, discussions, essays, reference materials,
and products to buy.
The - truth is stranger than fiction.
The - contains images, charts, essays, cladograms, detailed information
on every species of non-avian dinosaur, and more.
and the Expanding Earth - One explanation for the gigantic size
at the University of Texas at Dallas - dinosaur research and courses.
in the Dunes - fossil hunting in the Gobi with the American Museum
of Natural History.
Channel: Fossil Zone - try your hand at 'building' a dinosaur, find
out about the latest fossil finds, or look at the baby dinosaur gallery.
Room Online - place for children of all ages to explore topics in
earth science and natural history.
Vertebrates in the Burke Museum - catalog of fish, amphibian, reptile,
dinosaur, bird, and mammal fossils.
to Dinosaur Sites in Western Colorado and Eastern Utah
foulkii: Discovering the World's First Full Dinosaur Skeleton -
offers information about the site and significance of the 1858 historic
find in Haddonfield, New Jersey.
- includes information on the 1997 expedition, an interactive skeleton,
and educational materials for teachers and students.
Utahraptor Page - dinosaur of the Cretaceous period.
of Dinosaur Paleontology
Gallery - gallery of original hand-drawn illustrations of dinosaurs.
- dinosaur sculptures that move.
Dinosaurs - artists' renderings of dinosaurs in their habitats.
Geographic: Dinorama - millions of years after their last thunderous
footsteps, dinosaurs still fascinate us. Glimpse these compelling creatures.
Scientist: The Rex Files - the latest ideas about dinosaur lifestyles
and other mysteries.
Curse of T. rex
Mont Park - dedicated to the dinosaurs found in Montana.
Dinosaurs, 1824-1969 - virtual catalog of an exhibition of rare
books and journals illustrating the early history of dinosaur discovery
Sounds and Images Page
Sereno's Dinosaur Site - featuring the palentologist's expeditions
and dinosaur discoveries as well as personal information.
- features news, events, links, articles, and interviews with paleontologists.
Gulch Dinosaur Tracksite - information on rare fossil footprints
on public lands near the Red Gulch/Alkali National Back Country Byway
close to Shell, Wyoming.
Academy of Sciences - Paleontological Institute - showing dinosaurs
found in Mongolia.
American: Dino-Roar - computer simulation gives voice to a long-extinct
dinosaur. Listen to what dinosaurs may have sounded like in various
American: Rebuilding the Lost World - new insights, technologies,
and fossil finds transform our image of dinosaurs.
the Tyrannosaurus Rex at Eastend, Saskatchewan
Back to the Cretaceous
- one of the ignored dinosaurs. Despite having the largest skull of
any land animal, it is often overlooked.
the Dinosaur with a Heart - the 66-million-year-old skeleton of
a small, plant-eating Thescelosaurus contains a fossilized dinosaur
Book Encyclopedia: The Age of Dinosaurs - topics include the world
of dinosaurs, how they lived and died, dinosaur discoveries, and how
scientists learn about them.
First Dinosaur Skeleton - details the historic discovery of the
creature known as Hadrosaurus foulkii.
Dinosaurs - all about dinosaurs, the "terrifying lizards."