|Sites Specifically for Students with Information About Dinosaur and Prehistoric Animals|
Dinosaur Dig from the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural history: Dig up dinosaur data with this interactive site.
Dinosphere: Now You're in Their World: Dino Profiles: Images, complete facts and information with links to explain vocabulary
Enchanted Learning for Kids: Zoom Dinosaur: A COMPREHENSIVE on-line hypertext book about dinosaurs. It is designed for students of all ages and levels of comprehension Information about Dinosaurs, Anatomy and Behavior, Fossils, Dinosaur Classifications, and much MORE
KidsDinos.com: Learn about dinosaurs
National Geographic: Prehistoric Timeline: Interactive timeline that explores the approximately 4.5 billion years of the Earth’s existence “from the first tiny mollusks to the dinosaur giants of the Jurassic; Click on the timeline to bring up a short description of the events and developments complete with visuals and an option for further information."
|Dinosaur and Prehistoric Animal Sites|
Dilophosaurus: A Narrated Exhibition:Visit a very special account of the discovery and reconstruction of this dinosaur. The exhibit is narrated by UCMP's own Sam Welles, who discovered Dilophosaurus
DinoBuzz: Explore current and exciting research into the biology of dinosaurs. Were they warm-blooded? Why did they go extinct? Are dinosaurs related to birds, or are they reptiles? All this and MORE!
Dinosaur Galleries: Photographs and Facts
Dinosaur Tracking:Learn about tracking dinosaurs,facts and information
Dinosauria:Facts and information about dinosaurs of all types
Encyclopedia Britannica: Discovering Dinosaurs: From Encyclopedia Britannica; Facts about anatomy, environment, physiology and behavior of dinosaurs
National Geographic: Dinosaur Eggs: Interactive and beautiful, this National Geographic study site includes an interactive dinosaur egg to be hatched with a click
National Geographic: What is a Prehistoric Animal: Facts, video, information
Natural History Museum: Dino Directory:Select from an alphabetical listing, time period, country or by the shape and size of the dinosaur; 332 of the most well-described dinosaurs, including 1301 images
Nova: Curse of T. Rex: Explore the colorful cast of animals and plants that lived alongside the dinosaurs; Find out how dinosaur hunters know where to begin looking for fossils of dinosaurs.
USGS: Dinosaurs Fact and Fiction: Answers to some frequently asked questions about dinosaurs, with current ideas and evidence to correct some long-lived popular misconceptions
Walking with Dinosaurs: Photographs and facts. and audio files
|Games to Learn More About Dinosaurs||Kidsdinos.com: Dino Games|
|Gamequarium: Dinosaur Games||Kaboose: Dinosaur Games|
|Educational Science Powerpoints|
|Educational Science Animal Videos|
|Educational Science Videos|
|Reference Sites to Help in Your Research|
Encyclopedia Smithsonian: Encyclopedia Smithsonian features answers to frequently asked questions about the Smithsonian and links to Smithsonian resources from A to Z
Information Please: On-Line Dictionary; Encyclopedia; Almanac, and MORE
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