ABC Online - Walking with Dinosaurs www.abc.net.au/dinosaurs/default.htm
About the program and take a trip through the times of the dinosaurs.
Information about each of the six episodes of the Walking with Dinosaurs series.
Dinosaur Eggs www.nationalgeographic.com/dinoeggs/
This graphic site comes from National Geographic magazine's May 1996 article, "The Great Dinosaur Egg Hunt." It contains information on where dinosaur eggs are found, how scientists "hatch" these eggs, and a gallery of downloadable QuickTime Virtual Reality dinosaur embryos and hatchlings. It is very organized with lots of information. (QTVR plug-in required) Source: Librarian's Index to the Internet
This site from University of California Museum of Paleontology features myth-breaking facts about dinosaurs. There's also a page with hot topics in dinosaur science, exhibits on various dinosaurs, and an exhaustive list of links concerning dinosaurs and Paleontology.
Dinosaurs: Facts and Fiction pubs.usgs.gov/gip/dinosaurs/
Subjects in the Earth sciences are as fascinating to the public as dinosaurs. The study of dinosaurs stretches our imaginations, gives us new perspectives on the dinosaur era. FAQs are shown by questions and answers.
Sue at the Field Museum http://archive.fieldmuseum.org/sue/#index
Sue, "the largest, most complete, and best preserved Tyrannosaurus Rex" skeleton ever found, is now on display at the Field Museum in Chicago. This site tells Sue's history up to her unveiling at the museum on May 17, 2000. There are many photos of the museum workers uncrating and assembling the bones; a "Facts, Theory, and Speculation" section covering what we do know about Sue; A FAQ about Sue, the T. rex, and other dinosaurs; and a kids page. A site for kids and adults alike, for anyone interested in the work of paleontology or who just likes dinosaurs!
The World's Largest Dinosaurs Exhibit http://www.amnh.org/exhibitions/wld/?gclid=CMC_xcynjKwCFYwDQAod1Uwopg
This exciting exhibition at The American Museum of Natural History features cutting-edge research on super-sized sauropods—including the giant Mamenchisaurus, one of the largest animals to ever walk the Earth—and offers new insights into how their colossal bodies functioned. Visitors will have a chance to examine life-sized bones, muscles, internal organs, and more to discover the amazing anatomy of The World's Largest Dinosaurs.
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