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  • The Dinosaur Art of Joe Tucciarone
    A collection of dinosaur illustrations with a description of each animal and a list of statistics including size, weight, diet, and period.

  • Beri's Dinosaur World
    Welcome to the vertebrate paleontology site, designed, written, painted, animated and edited by the international paleolife illustrator Berislav Krzic. This Web site is designed for dinosaur fans, paleontology enthusiasts and professionals. Some other cool extinct animals like saber-toothed tigers and pterosaurs are featured, too.This site is convenient for surfers of all ages.

  • Billy Bear's Land O' Dinosaurs
    Pictures, games, projects, and dinosaur info.

  • Books About Barney the Dinosaur
    Tens of Barney the Dinosaur books.

  • Books Children Love; Usborne
    Fun Printable Bingo Cards that show up on individual pages. Teacher can print randomly sorted list to call out to students. History, Bible, Science are all represented!

  • Dinobase
    Welcome to DINOBASE, a dinosaur Web Site at University of Bristol DINOSAUR PICTURES: Lots of dinosaur pictures!

  • DinoBuzz
    To be truthful, the unfortunate fact about the popularity of dinosaurs is that the science that it is based on occasionally is obscured by the fantasy that surrounds it. Popular art, fiction, and journalism along with actual scientific progress shape the way that the public perceives dinosaur fact and theory. Paleontology is a science, and as such is based on a few basic principles that define what is science and what is not. Keep these principles in mind when the media relays to you the latest wild hypothesis about dinosaurs.

  • Dino Detective
    Join Discovery Kids and become a Dinosaur Detective. Travel back in time and uncover the secrets of dinosaurs like the crafty Coelophysis, the amazing Allosaurus and the totally terrifying Tyrannosaurus.

  • Dino Dictionary
    DinoDictionary.com is your resource for hunting dinosaurs. With profiles of over 300 known dinosaurs, immerse yourself in a wealth of knowledge about the giants that roamed the earth so long ago!

  • Dino Discovery
    Dino Discovery an educational dinosaur exhibit and natural science program developed especially for elementary school.

  • Dino Fun
    Dinofun.com is dedicated to stuff that is fun AND Dinosaur related. We are looking to make this site the comphrensive source for all things Dinosaurs.

  • Dinorama
    National Geographic site with information about dinosaurs and current methods of learning about them. Includes timelines, animations, and fun facts

  • Dino Russ's Lair
    DINO RUSS's LAIR primary purpose is to promote information about dinosaurs and vertebrate paleontology. I am sure you will find what you are looking for here and perhaps even more than you expected.

  • Dinosaur Crafts for Kids at Danielle's Place
    Dinosaur crafts and party ideas for children. Make a stegosaurus from an egg carton, a T-Rex from rocks, dinosaur feet from boxes, dinosaur refrigorator magnets, and make a dinosaur game.

  • Dinosaur Eggs
    Go on an online egg hunt and see how researchers "hatch" fossilized dinosaur eggs to reveal the embryos inside. From National Geographic.

  • Dinosaur Extinction
    Information, puzzles and fun stuff pertaining to dinosaur extinction.

  • Dinosauria Online
    Dino stuff from A to Z, including journals, models and links.

  • Dinosaur Museum
    The Dinosaur Museum, the complete history of the world of the dinosaurs is presented. Skeletons, fossilized skin, eggs, footprints, state-of-the-art graphics, and beautifully realistic sculptures present the dinosaurs from the Four Corners region and throughout the globe.

  • Dinosaur Questions and Answers
    Offering kids fun and truthful answers to questions on dinosaurs and the Flood of Noah

  • Dinosaurs at Alphabet Soup
    Dinosaurs lived a long time ago. There are not any dinosaurs alive today. So how did we know that dinosaurs ever lived? Scientists have found many dinosaur bones. They put them back together again like big puzzles. But where did they go? Scientists have many theories about that too. Lots of fun activities

  • Dinosaurs - A to Z Kidstuff
    Fun/learning dinosaur activities for pre-schoolers.

  • Dinosaurs in Hawaii!
    For the first time in Hawaii, there is a unique, free, permanent exhibit of dinosaur fossils available for public viewing. These "fossils" are replicas from the originals at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City, which boasts one of the finest and largest collections of dinosaur fossils in the world.

  • Dinosaur World
    Kids and teacher resource sections with activities.

  • Discovering Dinosaurs
    This site from the Encyclopedia Britannica traces dinosaur hunters and their discoveries throughout time.

  • Discovering Dinosaurs
    Explores how our conception of dinosaurs has evolved in the 150 years since dinosaurs were first discovered.

  • Download-a-Dinosaur
    Designs for easy-to-make paper dinosaurs that you can download from this site and print out on your printer. All that is needed is scissors and glue.

  • First-School's Dinosaurs & Extinct Animals
    Free activities for young children (Ages 2-6)related to dinosaurs & extinct animals. Free printable crafts, printable activities & coloring pages with easy to follow instructions and related resources.

  • Fossil Zone
    Build a dinosaur out of bones, learn about recent fossil discoveries, or check out the dino gallery.

  • iKnowthat.com
    iKnowthat.com offers web-based educational software for kids 2-12 that encourages exploration and learning in all subjects. Educational programs for kids includes geography, stickerbooks, simulation games, painting, math and phonics. Math games and science coming soon!

  • Kids Dinosaur Site
    This is a kids dinosaur site. It has a great dino quiz!! Lots of Dino pics all over!! It has a word search you can print out, a poem, dino kid art, find the miss-match dino, and links.

  • Learning From the Fossil Record
    Shell Offshore brings you a dinosaur/fossil related site designed for kids.

  • Make a twisty Dinowire or your favorite character.
    Make a dinosaur out of wire. All instructions included on this page. fun:)

  • Meet the Dinosaurs
    Get cool details about meat and plant eating dinosaurs.

  • Prehistorics Illustrated
    Another site with lots of dinosaur images and information.

  • The Art of Tyrannosaurus
    An important part of UCMP's T. rex Expo was the Drawings and Stories Contest for children in grades K through 5. Children from schools in the Berkeley area were asked to "Draw a Diplodocus" or "Tell a Tale of T. rex." We received numerous excellent drawings of a wide variety of dinosaurs and other prehistoric critters. We can`t exhibit every one of them, but here are some of the prize-winning drawings from our contest.

  • The Dinosauria
    Dinosaurs occupy a vaunted niche in the public mind; the very word conjures up images of gargantuan, now-defunct beasts that ruled the Earth long ago, holding a reign of terror for some 160 million years, and then mysteriously vanishing with only their titanic bones as evidence of their existence. "Dinosaur" reaches deep into our psyche and drags out nightmares from culturally-embedded monster myths. What is the truth about dinosaurs that underlies the popular awe and mystique that shrouds them? What does modern science have to say about the dinosaurs? Are they truly obsolete, long-extinct relics of a more primitive and experimental stage in the history of life, or is there more to the Dinosauria than meets the eye?

  • The Rex Files
    Beyond all the fun and the hype, there's a lot of science out there. And the past decade has been especially good for dinoresearchers who've come up with no end of theories on everything from dinosaur DNA to weird illnesses they suffered from to the chances of reconstructing a real one in your garden.

  • Ultimate Guide to Fossils and Dinosaurs
    ThinkQuest Jr. site including info about prehistoric periods and neat fossil facts about bugs preserved in amber, marine life, dinosaurs, mammals, and plants.

  • Walking With Dinosaurs
    The accompanying Web site to the Discovery Channel series, Walking With Dinosaurs brings in-depth descriptions of over 60 dinosaurs and the eras in which they lived. Includes multimedia clips and interactive games.

  • WHAT ARE FOSSILS?
    All about fossils from Enchanted Learning.

  • Zoom Dinosaurs
    A great site for younger youth. "A comprehensive on-line hypertext book about dinosaurs. It is designed for students of all ages and levels of comprehension. It has an easy-to-use structure that allows readers to start at a basic level on each topic, and then to progress to much more advanced information as desired, simply by clicking on links."

  • Zoom Dinosaurs
    Zoom Dinosaurs is a comprehensive on-line hypertext book about dinosaurs. It is designed for students of all ages and levels of comprehension. It has an easy-to-use structure that allows readers to start at a basic level on each topic, and then to progress to much more advanced information as desired, simply by clicking on links.


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