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         Dinosaurs:     more books (100)
  1. How Do Dinosaurs Love Their Dogs? by Jane Yolen, 2010-01-01
  2. Encyclopedia Prehistorica Dinosaurs: The Definitive Pop-Up by Robert Sabuda, Matthew Reinhart, 2005-07-12
  3. National Geographic Dinosaurs by Paul Barrett, 2001-10-01
  4. Touch and Feel: Dinosaur (Touch and Feel) by DK Publishing, 2002-08-01
  5. Swimming With The Plesiosaur (Dinosaur Cove) by Rex Stone, 2009-11-01
  6. The Dinosaur Museum: An Unforgettable, Interactive Virtual Tour Through Dinosaur History by National Geographic Society, 2008-10-28
  7. When Dinosaurs Die: A Guide to Understanding Death (Dino Life Guides for Families) by Laurie Krasny Brown, 1998-04-01
  8. How Do Dinosaurs Laugh Out Loud? by Jane Yolen, 2010-09-01
  9. How Do Dinosaurs Learn Their Colors? -- 2006 publication by Yolen, 2006
  10. When Dinosaurs Came with Everything (Junior Library Guild Selection) by Elise Broach, 2007-09-25
  11. How Do Dinosaurs Love Their Cats? by Jane Yolen, 2010-01-01
  12. How Do Dinosaurs Get Well Soon? by Jane Yolen, 2003-02-01
  13. Tracking The Diplodocus (Dinosaur Cove) by Rex Stone, 2010-02-01
  14. Oh My Oh My Oh Dinosaurs! (Boynton on Board) by Sandra Boynton, 1993-10-01

21. Mokele M'Bembe - The Hunt For The Living Dinosaur
Information about living dinosaurs in Africa.
Mokele M'Bembe
The Hunt For The Living Dinosaur
Ever since the 19th century when the first dinosaur fossils were identified by scientists, stories and rumours suggested that the extinction of the dinosaurs was not as complete as it seemed, and that at least one species of these great reptiles survived, living in the swamps of central Africa. The tales told of a creature living in the swamps and rivers. The animal was called, "Jago-Nini" which meant "giant diver." Although the actual creature had never been seen by western eyes, explorers were told that it, "Comes out of the water and devours people." Footprints were examined by western scientists which were, "about the size of a good frying pan in circumference and three claws instead o'five." Many tribes were familiar with this elusive animal so the creature goes by a variety of different names including "dingonek," "Ol-umaina," and "chipekwe." Dispite great efforts explorers never saw direct evidence of the creatures existence for themselves, only hearing the tales from the natives An exception was when, in 1932, British cryptozoologist Ivan Sanderson was traveling in Africa and came across large hippo-like tracks in a region with no hippos. He was told by the natives that they were made by a creature named the "mgbulu-eM'bembe". Later Sanderson saw something in the water that seemed too large to be a hippo, but disappeared before he could investigate further.

22. Polar Dinosaurs In Australia [This Dynamic Earth, USGS]
USGS Polar dinosaurs in Australia? As a meteorologist, Alfred Wegenerwas Australian dinosaurs 155 k. The last of the dinosaurs became
Polar dinosaurs in Australia?
As a meteorologist, Alfred Wegener was fascinated by questions such as: Why do coal deposits, a relic of lush ancient forests, occur in the icy barrenness of Antarctica? And why are glacial deposits found in now sweltering tropical Africa? Wegener reasoned that such anomalies could be explained if these two present-day continents together with South America, India, and Australia originally were part of a supercontinent that extended from the equator to the South Pole and encompassed a wide range of climatic and geologic environments. The break-up of Pangaea and subsequent movement of the individual continents to their present positions formed the basis for Wegener's continental drift theory.
Recently, paleontologists (specialists in studies of fossils) have carefully studied some well-preserved dinosaur remains unearthed at Dinosaur Cove, at the southeastern tip of mainland Australia. Dinosaurs found in most other parts of the world are believed to have lived in temperate or tropical regions, but these Australian species, popularly called "polar" dinosaurs, seemed well adapted to cooler temperature conditions. They apparently had keen night vision and were warm-blooded, enabling them to forage for food during long winter nights, at freezing or sub-freezing temperatures.
Australian dinosaurs
[155 k]
In 1991, paleontologists discovered the

23. Dinosaurs At Prehistorics Illustrated
Artists illustrations showing prehistoric life. Also includes extensive links to related resources.
Dinosaurs take over website! ! Artists wild imagination reveals prehistoric life. News about dinosaurs comming in daily. More dinosaur pictures here than ever. This site is easy to navagate with usefull information about dinosaurs and other prehistoric creatures.
You've found it!
The fascinating world of dinosaurs and prehistoric creatures.
Paleo art gallerys, dinosaur images and factoids, prehistoric animals, marine lizards, dinosaur news, categorized research and discovery links Get your picks and shovels - come on in... ... Since Sept. 1997 there have been Visitors on this page, now you are one of them .....
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National Geographic
If dinosaurs were still here...
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Free Things for Parents including Baby Coupons!
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24. Discovering Dinosaurs!
Discovering dinosaurs, presented by Encyclopaedia Britannica, explores how our conceptionof dinosaurs has evolved in the 150 years since dinosaurs were first

25. The Fossil Gallery
Interactive tour through the collections of the Paleontological Museum at the University of Oslo, Norway. Includes areas for plants, mammals, man, dinosaurs, fish, invertebrates, and background information.
The Fossil Gallery (click on a showcase) HIGHLIGHTS

26. Dino Russ's Lair - HOME
about dinosaur digs and how to join them, categorized and rated links to information,exhibit and other reference web sites on dinosaurs and vertebrate
Dinosaur Sites to Visit Publications Dino Russ's Utah Field Projects Dino Russ's Montana Project Societies Software Tracks Other Exhibits Other Vertebrates VP Info Who is Dino Russ? Contacting Dino Russ Illinois Dinosaurs? Dinosaur Geology of the Colorado Plateau and Uinta Basin Dinosaur Geology of the Colorado Plateau and Uinta Basin Instructors:
Russ Jacobson and Joe Devera (ISGS) and Jim Staub (SIU) This is a one week field course to be offered in the Summer of 2003 (August 4-8, 2003) through Southern Illinois University Division of Continuing Education and will has as its goal an introduction to the geology and paleontology of the "Dinosaur Diamond" from Fruita, Colorado, to Moab, Price, and Vernal, Utah. Students will visit various field sites and museums on the Colorado Plateau, learn about Mesozoic Geology and Paleontology. The course will have a graduate credit option. SPECIAL NOTE: Course went so well that we are planning to offer again in 2003!!!! Information listed is from 2002 and some minor details such as cost, minor route changes, and links to new reigstration for 2003 will be added later. If you want to see what class was like check out my

27. Geol 1066 - Dinosaurs, Catastrophes,& Extinctions
Geol 1066 at the Louisiana State University
GEOL 4111 - Dr. Judith Schiebout
VP sample study sheet part II

28. Contacting DINO RUSS's
Questions for Dino Russ? If you have questions about specific dinosaurs or othergeneral dinosaur information I do take questions as my limited time allows.
Illinois State Geological Survey
Contacting DINO RUSS -Questions or Feedback
A Service of the ISGS Geoscience Education and Outreach
Russell J. Jacobson, Site Operator/Web Author DINO RUSS
Todd Buchanan in Chicago
Portfolio online @
Procedure to follow for contacting Dino Russ
To contact me ( especially about feedback on pages, new links, ones not working ) write to:
Russ Jacobson,
Illinois State Geological Survey
615 East Peabody Drive Champaign, IL 61820
or call 217-244-2426 Or email Dino Russ
Questions for Dino Russ?
If you have questions about specific dinosaurs or other general dinosaur information I do take questions as my limited time allows. However I also have below some suggestions on how you may use the web to find out your information faster that waiting to see if I have time to deal with your question. Please note: There are some important restrictions to this service and I will stick to them rigidly! NO EXCEPTIONS! DINO RUSS 12-23-02

29. All Dinosaurs! Free Pictures, Cards And Clip Art
Free Dinosaur clip art, art print pictures and electronic greeting cards.
Tyrannosaurus Rex Art Print - American Museum of Natura All Dinosaurs !
Free Dinosaur Pictures, Clip Art
Web Graphics and E-Cards
Dinosaur related gifts and collectibles
Tyrannosaurus Rex Dinosaurs Pictures
This site is for all people who are interested in Dinosaurs, in free to use pictures and clip art of Dinosaurs, and/or in Dinosaur related gifts and collectibles.
free clip art collection
choose from over 170 free pictures! Dinosaurs free wallpaper
you can download these computer desktop wallpaper pictures for free. All Dinosaurs Post Office
send free electronic greeting cards featuring Dinosaurs.
All Dinosaurs
Art Prints and Posters All Dinosaurs 3-D Wooden Puzzles ... Software CD-ROMS, educational software and interactive games. Special offer: Wooden Velociraptor 3D Puzzle (see picture) 22" high and 36" long For FREE after rebate ! ... Click here to get one All Dinosaurs ! Site launched 10/21/00

30. Pictures Of Dinosaurs In The 20th Century

31. Dinosaurs Home Page - Covering Extinction, Fossils, Types Of Dinosaurs, Meat And
Teacher Background Information Lesson Focus Objective Grid Lesson 1 Long AgoLesson 2 Extinction Lesson 3 Fossils Lesson 4 Types of dinosaurs Lesson 5
Lesson Overview
Teacher Background Information

Lesson Focus

Objective Grid
Spanish Language Translations
Dinosaur Resources on the Internet
Dino Russ's Lair : Dinosaur and Vertebrate Paleontology Information
Dinofest's Annual Event

DinoLand Web Ring (series of Dinosaur related sites)

Dinosaur Fossils Exhibit

Dinosaurs: Fact and Fiction
Hadrosaurus Folukii
: The World's First Dinosaur Skeleton
Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County Virtual Exhibits
The Russian Paleontological Institute Sea Monster or Shark? The U.C. Berkeley Museum of Paleontology Dinosaur Hall ... Zoom Dinosaurs : An on-line hypertext book on dinosaurs and extinction Paso Partners - Integrating Mathematics, Science, and Langauge Previous Next

32. Paper Dinosaurs, Opening Page
History of dinosaur paleontology, 1824-1969Category Science Earth Sciences Paleontology History......Welcome to Paper dinosaurs, 18241969. An Exhibition of OriginalPublications From the Collections of the Linda Hall Library. The
Welcome to:
Paper Dinosaurs, 1824-1969
An Exhibition of Original Publications From the Collections of the Linda Hall Library
The Linda Hall Library is now presenting an exhibition of original printed materials related to the history of dinosaur discovery. On view are most of the classic papers of dinosaur lore, including the original publications of Gideon Mantell, Richard Owen, Othniel Marsh, and a host of others. The focus of the exhibition is on images, both of discovery and of restoration. The exhibition runs from October 17, 1996 through April 30, 1997. What follows is a hypertext catalog of the exhibition. It proceeds through all forty-nine items of the exhibition, but includes links to thirty-five more works that could not be accomodated in the exhibition hall. There are 136 original images. A printed exhibition catalog is also available . It has a one-page entry on each of the 49 exhibited items and contains 53 illustrations. For catalog ordering information, click here You may move most easily through the exhibition by using the Next button, which takes you to each work in exhibition order. Links to additional works are scattered through the text. If you get lost on one of these side treks, you may click on the

33. Dinosaurs - Pazsaz Entertainment Network
Episode list
Dinosaurs premiered on April 26, 1991. The show is about a prehistoric dinosaur family whose lives are remarkably like human lives today. The teenage son goes through some of the same things a normal teenage human does, the mom has to deal with the same things a human mom does, and the baby seems an awful lot like a human baby (only more so). This show is very clever, very funny, and way ahead of its time!
Voice Cast: Earl Sinclair ........................................ Stuart Pankin Fran Sinclair ........................................ Jessica Walter Charlene Sinclair .................................... Sally Struthers Robbie Sinclair ...................................... Jason Willinger The Baby ............................................. Kevin Clash Grandmother Ethel .................................... Florence Stanley B.P. Richfield ....................................... Sherman Hemsley
Season 1 (1990-1991)
  • The Mighty Megalosaurus (Originally Aired 4/26/1991)
  • The Mating Dance (Originally Aired 5/3/1991)
  • Hurling Day (Originally Aired 5/10/1991)
  • High Noon (Originally Aired 5/17/1991)
  • The Howling (Originally Aired 5/24/1991)
Season 2 (1991-1992)
  • Golden Child (Originally Aired 9/18/1991)
  • Family Challenge (Originally Aired 9/25/1991)
  • I Never Ate For My Father (Originally Aired 10/2/1991)
  • Charlene's Tale (Originally Aired 10/9/1991)
  • Endangered Species (Originally Aired 10/16/1991)
  • Employee Of The Month (Originally Aired 10/23/1991)
  • When Food Goes Bad (Originally Aired 10/30/1991)

34. Dinosaurs And The Bible
Was there ever a time when men and dinosaurs roamed the earth at the same time? What does the evidence indicate?
Investigating biblical apologetics, religious doctrine, and ethical issues. Home Feature Penpoints Questions ... In Memory Of
Our Archives section is a collection of articles on a variety of biblical topics. These articles were originally printed in the Christian Courier , printed edition, or in other religious journals. We will continue to add to this library of rich, study materials. Visit our web site for Christian women! Dinosaurs and the Bible by Wayne Jackson
Christian Courier: Archives
Thursday, August 5, 1999 Description
Was there ever a time when men and dinosaurs roamed the earth at the same time? What does the evidence indicate? p. 16). But what does the evidence indicate?
Logical considerations
If one accepts the plain testimony of the Bible, with no compulsion to harmonize scripture with evolutionary assertions, there is no doubt but that dinosaurs and humans were contemporary, as the following considerations indicate.
  • in six days Jehovah made heaven and earth, the sea, and all that in them is . . .
  • 35. Find Dinosaur Pictures
    Send a Prehistoric Postcard! Search this Website! Click here for pictures of ExtinctAnimals that lived After the dinosaurs, About This Site. A D Image Icons.
    Send a


    Search this
    ... Panoramas One at a time A to Z list
    An Index of Links to Great Dinosaur and other Prehistoric Art
    Here's a music CD that young school kids and pre-schoolers love. And grownups appreciate the clever lyrics and stylish music too. Click on the CD picture to learn more.
    Click on the Dinosaur name to see a small image preview. From there click the image to get to its internet home. Afrovenator


    ... Zallinger Mural About this site This site's purpose is to help you locate great illustrations of dinosaurs thathave been posted on the Internet. It is intended as a shortcut from goingsite to site hoping to find the specific dinosaur your looking for. Thereare two ways of viewing the illustration links. This main page has an a to z list of all the art work and will show you one small GIF at a time. The icon pages will show you about 35 small GIFs and may take a little while to load.

    36. Dinosaurs And The Expanding Earth - Introduction
    Book which provides an explanation for the gigantic sizes of dinosaurs the theory of an Expanding Earth which began smaller and thus had less gravity.
    INTRODUCTION Dinosaurs, and a rich variety of land based prehistoric life, achieved surprisingly massive sizes in comparison to present day life. This ability of dinosaurs to achieve gigantic sizes conflicts with studies which indicate that the largest of today's animals have reached their maximum size. Many people have asked why the dinosaurs were so large, but an examination of the size limits on today's life indicates that a reduced gravity during the dinosaur's time would have allowed them to grow to gigantic sizes. One explanation for this reduced gravity would be if the earth was smaller in both size and mass during the dinosaurs' time. There is geological evidence for the earth's increase in diameter since the dinosaur's time - an expanding earth. My book Dinosaurs and the Expanding Earth provides details of the controversial theory so you can examine why I believe this theory holds an astonishing truth. The web site gives a brief introduction to some of the main concepts behind the theory. There are also links to other sites about gigantic dinosaurs and their lifestyles and the evidence for the Expanding Earth Theory, a Comments Section, a Quiz and some suggestions for Further Reading Stephen Hurrell RELATED INFORMATION
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    37. How Jell-O(R) Killed The Dinosaurs
    Explains what *really* happened to the dinosaurs. Includes pictures.
    by Frank Wu and Ben Lethbridge Background: The Collision In 1979, geologist Walter Alvarez discovered unexpectedly large amounts of the metal iridium in sediments that date from the time of the dinosaur extinction. Alvarez and others have taken this to be evidence that a large object struck the earth and, directly indirectly, killed off the dinosaurs. The Presence of Jell-O Jell-O 's Role Several possible mechanisms could account, singly or in combination, for the mass extinction of the dinosaurs. Those related to climate change have been discussed extensively in the popular press. The impact itself would have had an effect, as would the environmental changes brought about by widespread surface distribution How Much Jell-O Would an Apatosaurus Eat if an Apatosaurus Could Eat Jell-O? An apatosaurus, drawn by the natural and artificial flavorings (especially chocolate), would daily consume 20 apatosaurus-size servings for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and between-meals snacks. Originally published in The Journal of Irreproducible Results, 1992, vol. 36, no. 5 (July/August), pp. 7-8. 9/29/98: I just found out today that Jell-O is owned by Philip Morris, the tobacco conglomerate, thus indirectly substantiating Gary Larson's theory that it was SMOKING that killed the dinosaurs.

    38. Discovery Channel: Walking With Dinosaurs
    Tied to the BBC/Discovery series, Walking With dinosaurs, this offers a comprehensivelook at the times of the dinosaurs, with special features on what
    Browse dinosaur videos and DVDs, including Walking With Dinosaurs
    Explore our Dinosaur Guide

    Meet Big Al, the Allosaur.

    Locate dinosaurs near you!
    Dino A-Z glossary

    2000 Discovery Communications Inc.

    39. Science Museum Of Minnesota - Minnesota's Favorite Museum
    Features dinosaurs, an Omnitheater, school programs, Mississippi Riverfront parks, and handson exhibits.

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    40. When Dinos Roamed America -- Discovery Channel -- Dinosaurs
    When dinosaurs Roamed America is a breakthrough look at newly discovery dinosaurspecies and how they dominated the land in what is now North America.

    Meet the OLD Neighbors

    Type in your ZIP code and we'll instantly show you dinosaurs that once lived (quite literally) in your own back yard. Latest Discoveries
    Paleontologists have uncovered two new North American dinosaurs: a raptor-like carnivore with feathers and a bizarre, beaked plant-eater. Dinosaur Videos
    Watch feathery new species and fang-filled favorites in animated action.
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