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General information about dinosaurs and prehistoric animals see also Paleontology
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Australian dinosaurs, pterosaurs and marine reptiles
Dino base the term 'dinosaur' originates from the Greek words deino and sauros, meaning 'terrible' and 'lizard'. Sir Richard Owen invented the name 'dinosaur' in 1842, to describe an extinct group of terrestrial reptiles that lived during the Mesozoic
Dinodata dinosauria, skullduggery, replica, fossils, birds, archosaur, dinosaur paleontology, glossary, Paleozoica, earth history, incertae sedis dinosaurs, a tip
Dino directory a guide to the most well-described dinosaurs
Dinorama National Geographic, a tip
Dinoquest Sahara
Dino Russ's lair dinosaur and vertebrate paleontology
Dinosaur museum of paleontology
Dinosaur data files dinosaur data files which can be printed out and photocopied for educational use in the classroom, T-rex
Dinosaur illustrations Acrocanthosaurus, Albertosaurus, Allosaurus, Amargasaurus, Ankylosaurus, Anatosaurus, Archeaopteryx, Argentinosaurus, Camarasaurus, Carnotosaurus, Ceratosaurus, Cryolophosaurus, Chasmosaurus, Coelophysis, Compsognathus, Corythosaurus, Cretaceous, Cryptoclidus, Daspletosaurus, Deinonychus, Dilophosaurus, Dimetrodon, Diplodocus, Dromiceiomimus, Edmontonia, Elasmosaurus, Gastonia, Giganotosaurus, Hadrosaurus Hipsilophodont, Ichthyosaur, Iguanodon, ...
Dinosaur magazine online news
Dinosauria dinosauria, skullduggery, replica, fossils, birds, archosaur, dinosaur paleontology, on line dinosaur omnipedia
Dinosaurs at prehistorics illustrated
Dinosaurs and other extinct creatures Dinosaurs were several types of extinct prehistoric reptile that lived 23065 million years ago. But did they completely die out or do they live among us today in the form of birds? And could scientists recreate a T. rex from fossilised amber?
Dinosaurs & fossils
Dinosaurs dinosaurs (dino
Dinosaurs: facts and fiction answers to some frequently asked questions about dinosaurs, with current ideas and evidence to correct some long-lived popular misconceptions
dinosaurs were animals, closely related to crocodiles and birds, that lived in the Mesozoic era between 220 and 65 million years ago. All dinosaurs had four legs, lived on land and breathed air. During the time that Queensland dinosaurs roamed the land, swimming reptiles such as plesiosaurs, pliosaurs and ichthyosaurs dominated the seas. Their remains were preserved in rocks in central and western Queensland - site of a vast inland sea 100 million years ago
Dinosaurs paleontology dictionary guide of the life and behaviour of dinosaurs, in Dutch
Dinosaur volcano greenhouse extinction theory dinosaur extinction, dinosaurs, volcanism, greenhouse, carbon dioxide, CO2, mantle plume, flood basalt, eruptions, iridium, K-T mass extinction, killing mechanism, vertebrates, extinction, mammals, asteroid, comet, cretaceous, tertiary, pleistocene, holocene, permian, triassic, mesozoic, cenozoic, reptiles, time scale, global change, reproduction, paleofloras, paleobotany, palynology, wildfires, fires, Yucatan, chicxulub, Mexico, impact crater, Manson, Siberian Traps, isotopes, CaCO3, biosphere, catastrophe, periodicity, bioevolution, blackout, chaos, death star, microplankton, coccolithophorids, diatoms, dinoflagellates, plant pollen, plant spores, fern spike, foraminifera, mollusks, ammonites, inoceramids, bivalves
Dinosaur omnipedia dictionaries on dinosaur terms, translations of dinosaur names
Dinosaur paleontology Dinosaur paleontology
Dinosaurs Dinosaurs are a group of terrestrial reptiles that first appeared in the Late (or perhaps Middle) Triassic Period, about 230 million years ago
Dinosaurs weren't alone explore the colorful cast of animals and plants that lived alongside the dinosaurs
Discovering dinosaurs explores our evolving conceptions of these extraordinary creatures. Trace the great dinosaur debate through time by traveling down through each color-coded theme
Discovery walking with dinosaurs
History of dinosaur hunting and reconstruction
Jurassic the jurassic period, 206 to 144 million years ago
Jurassic period
Prehistoric planet bones, reproduction fossils, replica fossils, dinosaurs, woolly mammoth, trilobite, trilobites, t.rex, tyrannosaurus, allosaurus, saber tooth, evolution, creationism, plaster, resin, ammonites
The dinosaur interplanetary gazette online newspaper covering all the news on dinosaurs
Thescelosaurus background information on dinosaurs and terminology, alphabetical index, directional terms and anatomical glossary, images
Virtual tour to dinasaur
Walking with dinosaurs BBC, in-depth descriptions of over 60 dinosaurs and the eras in which they lived. Including sound, video, photographs
Zoom dinosaurs a comprehensive on-line hypertext book about dinosaurs, designed for students

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