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         Dinosaurs:     more books (100)
  1. Dinosaurs, Dinosaurs by Byron Barton, 1993-03-01
  2. Saving The Stegosaurus (Dinosaur Cove) by Rex Stone, 2009-07-01
  3. Visual Encyclopedia of Dinosaurs by DK Publishing, 2005-04-04
  4. Flight Of The Quetzalcoatlus (Dinosaur Cove) by Rex Stone, 2008-11-01
  5. What Really Happened to the Dinosaurs? (DJ and Tracker John) by John D. Morris, Ken Ham, 1990-11
  6. Dinosaur's Binkit by Sandra Boynton, 1998-09-01
  7. Edwina, The Dinosaur Who Didn't Know She Was Extinct by Mo Willems, 2006-09-01
  8. Dinosaur Hunt (Max Spaniel) by David Catrow, 2009-08-01
  9. Ten Little Dinosaurs Picture Book (Wiggle Eyes) by Jim Harris, 1996-10-01
  10. Oh, Say Can You Say Di-no-saur? (Cat in the Hat's Learning Library) by Bonnie Worth, 1999-04-06
  11. Cam Jansen:The Mystery of the Dinosaur Bones (Cam Jansen) by David A. Adler, 2004-07-22
  12. Ten Terrible Dinosaurs (Picture Puffins) by Paul Stickland, 2000-10-01
  13. March Of The Ankylosaurus (Dinosaur Cove) by Rex Stone, 2008-08-01
  14. Detective Dinosaur (I Can Read Book 2) by James Skofield, 1998-02-28

61. GRID
Our view of dinosaurs is forever changing. Discovering dinosaurs exploresour evolving conceptions of these extraordinary creatures.
Our view of dinosaurs is forever changing. 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.

62. The Unofficial Dinosaurs Homepage
Jim Henson's animatronic puppet series about a very strange family of dinosaurs.
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63. Dinosaur Floor: Meet The Dinosaurs
The Age of the dinosaurs. Here is a part of the Staircase of Time showing when the dinosaurs lived. dinosaurs appeared on Earth
The Age of the Dinosaurs Here is a part of the " Staircase of Time " showing when the dinosaurs lived. Dinosaurs appeared on Earth nearly 250 Million years ago, early in a period of time geologists called Triassic . They grew in numbers and types during the Jurassic time period, and dominated Earth during the Cretaceous time period. Their feet shook the ground for nearly 200 million years - 40,000 times as long as recorded human history! But then suddenly they all mysteriously disappeared at the end of the Cretaceous Period about 65 million years ago. Why? Look in some of the other rooms and see! Next
The Age of the Dinosaurs Diorama Room The Age of the Dinosaurs Diorama Room Giant Impact ... Into the Future Site maintained by the ETE Team
Last updated on February 24, 2003

64. Paper Dinosaurs, Opening Page
History of dinosaur paleontology, 18241969
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

Images are provided that require 3D blue/green glasses for viewing. Samples are provided for the CD-ROM available for purchase from the site.

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66. Binary Dinosaurs - Acorn Electron
Photographs of the Electron in its box, and unpacked, complete with user guide, guarantee, and cables.

Dinosaur Art Modeling a wonderful online magazine dedicated to providinga forum for artists and modelers specializing in dinosaurs.
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    Dinosaur Art
    - a wonderful online magazine dedicated to providing a forum for artists and modelers specializing in dinosaurs.
    Dinosaur Art Gallery
    - Pencil, Ink, Digital, and Photographic works of dinosaur art by Mike Keesey, Brendan Smith, and Rachel Clark.
    Dinosaur Artwork
    - Scientifically accurate dinosaur artwork from Saurian Studios!
    Dinosaur Books
    - A listing of recommended references for dinosaur enthusiasts of all ages.
    Dinosaur Buzzwords
    - Find out what the basic principles of science are, and how paleontologists have struggled to follow these rules in their dinosaur research.
    Dinosaur Checklist
    - developed and maintained Robert B. Hole, Jr.
    Dinosauria Cladogram
    - A cladogram showing the relationships among the dinosauria.
    Dinosaur Database
    - Shareware program for windows for children.
    Dinosaur Debate
    - Fascinating exposition of the ongoing Volcano vs Greenhouse debate about the cause of the dinosaur extinction 65 million years ago. Dinosaur Dictionary - Important paleontological terms defined Dinosaur Dictionary - The proper english name translations of dinosaur genera names and related taxon.

68. Nick Reiman's Dinosaurs
Dinosaur databases on the predatory dinosaurs and on the herbivores.

69. Dinosaurs
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70. Academic Press: Encyclopedia Of Dinosaurs
Academic Press book website.Category Science Earth Sciences Paleontology Publications Books...... This book is the most authoritative encyclopedia ever prepared on dinosaursand dinosaur science. In addition to entries on specific
Journal Homepages Find submission guidelines, links to the latest Table of Contents, and subscription information for all 174 AP Journals IDEAL
Full-text Journals Online Major Reference Works AP's award-winning reference publications, including IDEALReferenceWorks , online references Contributors Reviews Subjects Contents ... Order

Choice Magazine
Library Journal
Edited by:
Philip J. Currie
Royal Tyrell Museum of Paleontology,
Alberta, Canada
Kevin Padian
University of California, Berkeley, U.S.A.
This book is the most authoritative encyclopedia ever prepared on dinosaurs and dinosaur science. In addition to entries on specific animals such as Tyrannosaurus, Triceratops , and Velociraptor , the Encyclopedia of Dinosaurs covers reproduction, behavior, physiology, and extinction. The book is generously illustrated with many detailed drawings and photographs, and includes color pictures and illustrations that feature interpretations of the best known and most important animals. All alphabetical entries are cross-referenced internally, as well as at the end of each entry. The Encyclopedia includes up-to-date references that encourage the reader to investigate personal interests.

71. Dino Web
Dinosaur activities, games, museum reviews, and theories. In English and German.
Dino Web
Vote for your favourite dinosaur What is your favourite dinosaur? Tyrannosaurus Triceratops Deinonychus Apatosaurus Velociraptor Giganotosaurus Coelophysis Troodon Archaeopteryx Stegosaurus Ankylosaurus Iguanodon Heterodontosaurus None of these All Dinosaurs
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Free Web Polls
Welcome to Dino Web!
My name is Alastair Reece and I am years old. I love everything to do with dinosaurs, so I have made this dinosaur site for you. I hope you enjoy it. If you want to write to me about dinosaurs, e-mail me - I would love to hear from you!
Willkommen auf meiner Dinosauriersite!
Mein Name ist Alastair Reece und ich bin schicke mir eine E-Mail
Send your friends a digital dinosaur picture with my new free postcard service.
Schicke deinen Freunden eine meiner neuen Dinokarten Home Info Games ... E-Mail You are visitor no.

72. Fighting Dinosaurs | American Museum Of Natural History
dinosaurs Like You've Never Seen Before! Fighting dinosaurs New Discoveriesfrom Mongolia features more than 30 of the best preserved
Dinosaurs Like You've Never Seen Before! Fighting Dinosaurs: New Discoveries from Mongolia Velociraptor that was apparently buried alive while attacking a plant-eating, shield-headed Protoceratops Also featured are many new specimens from Mongolia, including a number of species yet to be named, some of the most complete meat-eating theropod dinosaurs ever found, several nesting dinosaurs, and some of the finest lizard and mammal fossils ever discovered. These specimens have enhanced our understanding of life in the Gobi region 80 million years ago, and they shed new light on the rise of modern bird and mammal groups. This exhibition showcases discoveries and research by Museum and Mongolian Academy of Sciences paleontologists over the last 10 years, and reflects the most current thinking on dinosaur traits, behavior, and evolutionary links to birds. Discoveries in China from just two years ago reveal that a number of dinosaur species had feathers; among the highlights of the exhibition are fully feathered models of

73. OBJECTIVE: Creation Education: Dinosaur Expedition 2002
Account of an expedition to Africa to find living dinosaurs.
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Creation Education
Author Bio:
Dr. Richard Paley is a teacher of Divinity and Theobiology at Fellowship University
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Dinosaur Expedition 2002 Article Index
OBJECTIVE: Creation Education
Article by Dr. Richard Paley
Dinosaur Expedition 2002:
Propagandists of Evolutionism , in their attempts to discredit research into the true Biblical foundations of Origins, have often accused Creation Science of being a non-experimental endeavor. This couldn't be further from the truth (not even if it were Lucy's knee joint! ). Besides lab experiments involving such diverse fields as hydrology discontinuity systematics , and design inference (to name but a few,) Creation Scientists also do fieldwork to test hypotheses and gather evidence of God's handiwork. This Summer (2002), I was blessed to be able to take part in some very important fieldwork which I would like to share with my readers. In order to further support the

74. Dinosaurs Of Colorado
Morrison Natural History's Guide to the dinosaurs of Colorado. Everything you wanted to know about Category Science Earth Sciences United States Colorado......Morrison Natural History's Guide to the dinosaurs of Colorado. MorrisonNatural History Museum's. Guide to the dinosaurs of Colorado.
Morrison Natural History Museum's
Guide to the Dinosaurs of Colorado
Site Contents Links to Other Sites of Interest A PaleoRing Site
Morrison Natural History Museum
... Sign our Guestbook This site contains a separate information page on each genus of dinosaur that has been found within the State of Colorado, as well as some dinosaurs whose occurrence here has been inferred from indirect evidence. Information on a particular dinosaur may be accessed by its scientific name in the "Alphabetical List of Dinosaurs" or the chronological "List of Dinosaurs by Period" , or by its taxonomic classification in the "Taxonomy of the Dinosauria" . Information is also provided about cladistics and the cladistic approach to taxonomy used in these pages. A separate section, " Dinosaur Extinction ," looks at the disappearance of the dinosaurs, and evaluates various theories which have been proposed to explain their demise. Contents:
    Complete Taxonomic Listings, showing the relationship between dinosaurs and other tetrapods (four-legged animals) are also available:
  • Taxonomy of the Tetrapods.

75. Dinosaur Desktop Pictures
Desktop computer pictures of dinosaurs, fossils, sharkteeth, and other prehistoric items.

76. BW Online | May 13, 2002 | Lawrence Lessig: The "Dinosaurs" Are Taking Over
BUSINESS Lawrence Lessig The dinosaurs Are Taking Over. If Ages.The result is that the field has been left to dinosaurs. There
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77. Dinosaur University - Table Of Contents
Information from a class called Alabama dinosaurs at Auburn University.Category Science Earth Sciences College and University dinosaurs......This especially condensed edition of Alabama dinosaurs is intended for use by anyoneinterested in the subject of dinosaurs, including students in my course of
David T. King, Jr.
Department of Geology, Auburn University
Auburn, AL 36849-5305 USA
with research contributions from Elizabeth D. Jones Condensed from the Second Edition, 1996 This especially condensed edition of Alabama Dinosaurs is intended for use by anyone interested in the subject of dinosaurs, including students in my course of the same title taught at Auburn University and participants in DINOSAUR UNIVERSITY, our outreach educational organization. This condensed version of the second edition contains updated material and some newly synthesized data and fresh interpretations about eastern North American dinosaurs in general and Alabama Dinosaurs in particular. I hope that the reader enjoys this text, and that is serves to stimulate the imagination and illustrate scientific reasoning. I am always interested in comments, suggestions, and corrections as well as access to information that might have escaped my attention. Please feel free to communicate with me, and
tell me first if you ever see any dinosaur bones!

78. Lost Worlds - The Paleolife Art Of Brian Franczak
Paleolife illustrator Brian Franczak cordially invites you to join him on a journey to the distant past, when dinosaurs still walked the earth.

79. Dinosaurs!
This site provides the index for a curricular unit on dinosaurs.In it are links to an interactive time line; an interview with

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80. Dismantle Notice
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