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         Dinosaurs:     more books (100)
  1. Dinosaurs Love Underpants by Claire Freedman, 2009-12-29
  2. Dinosaurs by Design by Duane T. Gish, Gloria Clanin, 1992-10
  3. Happy Birthday, Danny and the Dinosaur! (I Can Read Book 1) by Syd Hoff, 1997-05-30
  4. Lost in the Tunnel of Time (Ziggy and the Black Dinosaurs) by Sharon M. Draper, 2006-01-03
  5. Curious George's Dinosaur Discovery Book and CD (Rad Along Fun With Curious George) by H. A. Rey, 2006-04-24
  6. Dinosaurs - With Special Reference to the American Museum Collections by William Diller Matthew, 2010-07-12
  7. Dinosaurs!: The Biggest Baddest Strangest Fastest by Howard Zimmerman, 2000-05-01
  8. If the Dinosaurs Came Back (Hbj Big Books) by Bernard Most, 1991-05-15
  9. Charge Of The Triceratops (Dinosaur Cove) by Rex Stone, 2008-05-01
  10. The Berenstain Bears and the Missing Dinosaur Bone (Beginner Books(R)) by Stan Berenstain, Jan Berenstain, 1980-03-12
  11. Harry and the Bucketful of Dinosaurs (Harry and the Dinosaurs) by Ian Whybrow, 2010-07-13
  12. Attack of the Tyrannosaurus (Dinosaur Cove, No. 1) by Rex Stone, 2008-05
  13. Dot-To-Dot Dinosaurs by Karen Bryant-Mole, 2005-01
  14. Kids Meet the Dinosaurs by Paul Rodhe, Paul Beatrice, 2009-01-06

81. Fossils Dinosaurs
Updated Monthly by The School Page ® THE FOSSILS dinosaurs PAGE. TheFossil Shop Fossils for your collection. Books about dinosaurs.
T HE F P AGE Help us keep this site up to date and comprehensive. If you know of a fossil/dinosaur site we missed, please send it to us. If you find one of our existing links has changed, please inform us.
Thank you. Ask The School Page Expert: Mike Everhart has a degree in zoology and works in the environmental field. He is currently Adjunct Curator of Paleontology at the Sternberg Museum, Fort Hays State University, Hays, Kansas. He has collected fossils most of his life and is primarily interested in marine vertebrates from the Smoky Hill chalk (Late Cretaceous) from western Kansas, U.S.A. He will be glad to answer questions. Click here to ask a question. Be sure to include your name and E-Mail address. A comprehensive on-line hypertext book about dinosaurs.
Prehistorics Illustrated -

The Dinosaur Interplanetary Gazette
- A large resource on dinosaurs. Excellent in every way.
Oceans of Kansas Paleontology
- Marine Life in Late Cretaceous Times
- Lots of information and links.
- The worlds first dinosaur skeleton.

82. Dinosaurs The Biblical And Scientific Case For And About Them
Five articles on the ARK Foundation Virtual Museum science page.
The ARK Virtual Science Museum Virtual
The Biblical and Scientific Case for and about them.
By Ron Cooper
Master Index Real
Life Click the dinosaur graphic to get a large scale graphic or to return to this page from articles. All articles below are about dinosaurs.
  • Behemoth
  • Lumpers and Splitters
  • A Rose by Any Other Name?
  • What Did They Eat Anyway? ...
  • Dayton Dragons Supported by: The ARK Foundation of Dayton, Inc. a non profit organization since June 1995, We support true science and Biblical religion. Email: ARKY Webmaster This site is scanned for viruses daily. This document was last modified 9:02 PM 2/11/2000
  • 83. Queensland Museum - Dinosaurs Of Ancient Queensland
    dinosaurs of Ancient Queensland. dinosaurs were animals years ago. Alldinosaurs had four legs, lived on land and breathed air. During
    Step Inside Inquiry Centre Features Education ... Features Dinosaurs of Queensland
    Is it a Dinosaur?

    Elliot - Australia's Biggest Dinosaur Skeleton


    Marine Reptiles
    Dinosaurs of Ancient Queensland
    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.

    84. A Guide To Dinosaurs
    Educational guide to dinosaurs for teachers, with activities using materials available at Dinosaur World in Plant City, Florida.
    A GUIDE TO DINOSAURS FOR TEACHERS, STUDENTS, AND P.A.L.S (PREHISTORIC ANIMAL LOVERS) Selected dinosaur information and activities prepared for you by DINOSAUR WORLD 5145 Harvey Tew Road, Plant City, Florida 33565 Dino-Poems The Dinosaurs of Dinosaur World Educational Activities and Exercises Dino-Safari at ... Dinosaur World Here is the outdoor classroom
    at Dinosaur World,
    quite different from the classrooms
    where I taught for twenty years.
    Here, I talk about dinosaurs,
    tell dinosaur jokes, and even
    wag my "dinosaur tail." Prehistoric Plants Field Trips and Other Educational Services

    85. >> Theme Units >> Animals >> Dinosaurs
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    86. Michelle's 1st/2nd Homepage Dinosaurs
    Links to educational resources.
    During the Spring of 2000, I taught a dinosaur unit to my 1st/2nd grade class at Park View Lutheran School in Chicago, IL. I had so much fun, that I decided to collect my links and create a webpage for all my dinosaur ideas. I've given my page a new look (thanks to Pat's Graphics) and added a few new links! Enjoy! Michelle Favorite Links Click the dinosaur to go to dinosaur activities, songs, and art projects that I have collected from various sources. Microsoft Word document. Zoom Dinosaurs If you are looking for dinosaur information on the internet, this is the place to go! They have dinosaur information, teaching ideas, lesson plan links, and clip art! A must visit when planning your teaching unit! Magic School Busasaurus This website it sponsored by Scholastic. It gives clips from the dinosaur episode. It also gives directions to make fossil prints. Check out Magic School Bus on Fox! Sue: The Inside Story If you are in the midwest, Sue is something you should check out! Sue is the largest, most complete, T-Rex. Her appearance at the Chicago Field Museum will began on May 17. It is fantastic and I recommend stopping to see this great dinosaur display. The Jurassic Classroom : This website is designed by the Carnegie Museum of Natural History. You can take a webcam tour of the dinosaur exhibit. They also have a slide show and other teacher resources.

    87. The Unofficial Dinosaurs Homepage
    Episode guide, cast, movie clips, sounds, and pictures.
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    88. Elementary Theme Pages For Students And Teachers
    Elementary Theme Pages The dinosaurs.
    Elementary Theme Pages The Dinosaurs
    General Resources

    Dinosaur Disappearance

    Dinosaur Factsheets

    Dinosaur Classification
    Dino Trace Fossils

    contact Jim Cornish,
    Grade Five Teacher,
    Gander, Newfoundland, Canada.
    This page was last updated on September 2001.
    You have made the visit to my Theme Pages!

    Giving evidence that the Bible does in fact say that at one time dinosaurs walked the earth.
    L et's talk and look to see what really was said in Gods Word let's go to the beginning. GENESIS 1:1-2
    In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth.
    And the earth was without form, and void; and darkness was upon the face of the deep. And the Spirit of God moved upon the face of the waters.
    The word "was" in verse 2 does not mean what some men would have you believe. Let's look at the Strong's Greek/Hebrew Dictionary, it's the word 1961. 1961 hayah (haw-yaw);
    a primitive root [compare 1933]; to exist, i.e. be or become, come to pass (always emphatic, and not a mere copula or auxiliary): We see that the the world was not made without form, and void; but rather it "BECAME" void and with out form. Let's go to the book of Isaiah. ISAIAH 45:18
    For thus saith the LORD that created the heavens; God himself that formed the earth and made it; he hath established it, he created it not in vain, he formed it to be inhabited:
    I am the LORD; and there is none else.
    The word "vain" in this verse is the same as "without form" in Genesis. 1:2 let's go to the Strong's Dictionary, Hebrew word 8414

    90. Dinosaur Interplanetary Gazette / Teefr, A Classic By Edward Summer
    Articles, recent fossil discoveries and other dinosaur news from the last 245 million years.Category Science Earth Sciences Paleontology dinosaurs......dinosaurs, dinosaurs, dinosaurs, Dinosaur Interplanetary Gazette Dinosaur Fun, Dinosaur News, Dinosaur Movies, Dinosaur Reviews,.
    Dinosaurs, Dinosaurs, Dinosaurs and more dinosaurs waiting for you inside.
    The DIN SAUR
    Interplanetary Gazette D i n o s a u r N e w s N e t w o r k
    Who knows what fabulous paleontological mysteries await you inside
    on the world's Longest, Slowest and Most Ridiculous Front Page? Do YOU have what it takes to wait and find out?
    (Heh. Heh)
    Click Dinosaur Central to Enter... If you dare......
    Frontpage Headlines

    This is a BIG page
    takes a LONG TIME to appear! Dino Picture Heaven Dinosaur Books Dino Movie History:
    Celluloid Dinosaurs
    Dino Toys Dinosaur Links The Bone Zone Paleontologists Dinosaur Delineators Dinosaur Artists Dino Dish Message Board Dinosaur Extinction Godzilla Video List ... Sauro-Find-O-Matic Other kewl non-dinosaur things to check out are below this line. If you want dinos, click Dinosaur Central up above! Bear Bob's Story An episode in the Secret History of Theodore Roosevelt The long awaited prequel to Teefr a n a w a r d w i n n i n g f a n t a s y a d v e n t u r e c l a s s i c b y E d w a r d S u m m e r I n t r o d u c t i o n T E E F R a n a w a r d w i n n i n g f a n t a s y a d v e n t u r e c l a s s i c b y E d w a r d S u m m e r I n t r o d u c t i o n Boring Statistical Stuff Below Here. Yawn. Go back up and click

    91. Erickson - Origin Of Dinosaurs And Mammals
    A gravity reduction in the early Mesozoic caused a faunal transition from small robust synapsid reptiles (therapsids) to large gracile diapsid reptiles (archosaurs), including many families of gigantic dinosaurs.
    On the Origin
    Dinosaurs and Mammals by William Carnell Erickson PDF Version Abstract The coincidence in time of incipient rifting of Pangea and the origin of dinosaurs during the Carnian age (230-225 Ma) of the Late Triassic suggests a fundamental link between the two. That link may have been the onset of Earth expansion, triggered by the Pangean thermal anomaly and resulting in a 20% reduction in surface gravity. In reduced gravity, animals will have less skeletal mass and thinner bones than equally massive animals adapted to normal gravity; a significant increase in maximum body size will also ensue. These predictions, inferred from allometric scaling principles and supported by biomedical space research and gravity tolerance experiments, are borne out in the fossil record: the Late Triassic witnessed the transition from Paleozoic faunas dominated by relatively small and robust synapsid reptiles (therapsids) to Mesozoic faunas dominated by large and gracile diapsid reptiles (archosaurs), including many families of gigantic dinosaurs. Dynamical principles of locomotion indicate that a gravity reduction will lower the speed at which animals change gait.

    92. Welcome To The Yale Peabody Museum
    Peabody Museum of Natural History, New Haven, Connecticut. Best known for its collection of dinosaurs.
    Welcome to the Peabody Museum of Natural History at Yale University
    Visiting the Peabody Exhibits Visit the Collections
    ... Employment Opportunities Find out at the Yale Peabody Museum
    Machu Picchu: Unveiling the Mystery of the Incas
    The Age of Reptiles overlooking the Great Hall of Dinosaurs
    is only one of the many treasures to be found at the Yale Peabody Museum.
    Visit the fabulous
    at the Peabody!
    ames ... Peabody People PEABODY MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY Yale University
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    93. Dinosaurs On Stamps
    dinosaurs on Stamps. The format is basically three (3) columns. 2882, 5.00, PanGu holding dinosaurs. China, People's Republic of April 15, 1958 (set of 3).
    Maintained by Robert Margulski
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    94. World Book || The Age Of Dinosaurs
    World Book Encyclopedia collection of facts about dinosaurs, how they lived, recent discoveries and scientific studies.
    Test your knowledge! Take World Book's quiz on dinosaurs. World Book editors have compiled a collection of articles about dinosaurs, the age in which dinosaurs lived, dinosaur discoveries, and scientific efforts to study prehistoric creatures.
    The world of dinosaurs
    Portraits of dinosaurs Creatures that lived
    with dinosaurs
    ... Digging up dinosaurs Dinosaur is the name of a group of prehistoric reptiles that ruled the earth for about 160 million years. These animals died out millions of years ago, but they have fascinated people ever since they were first described in the early 1800's. The name dinosaur comes from the term Dinosauria, which means terrible lizards. But dinosaurs were not lizards, only distantly related to them, and most were not very terrible.
    Some of the best-known dinosaurs were terrifying, however. Many were of enormous size. Some dinosaurs towered above and weighed more than any other animal ever to live on land. The largest dinosaurs may have grown as long as 150 feet (45 meters) and weighed as much as 85 short tons (77 metric tons). Such giants would have been more than 10 times as heavy as a full-grown elephant. The only animals that grow to this size today are a few kinds of whales, and they live only in the water. Size was not the only characteristic that made some dinosaurs terrifying. Many large dinosaurs were fierce and deadly meat-eaters.
    The first dinosaurs appeared on the earth about 230 million years ago. They lived in nearly all natural settings, from open plains to forests to the edges of swamps, lakes, and oceans. Then about 65 million years ago, the dinosaurs died out.

    95. National Geographic Magazine: July 1996 @
    dinosaurs of the Gobi The birdlike, beaked Oviraptor returns to the nest to feedits young, in a painting based on paleontological finds in the desert in
    Dinosaurs of the Gobi: The birdlike, beaked Oviraptor returns to the nest to feed its young, in a painting based on paleontological finds in the desert in Mongolia that show for the first time such parenting behavior in dinosaurs.
    For decades afterward Mongolia was closed to Western researchers. Finally, in 1990, Mongolians invited scientists from the museum to return to the fabulous dinosaur graveyards. Now, after five years of exploration, the researchers are beginning to reveal their spectacular finds. Venturing even deeper into the remote Gobi than Andrews did, the 1993 expedition stumbled upon a hilly desert wash called Ukhaa Tolgod. Within hours of arriving and seeing bones jutting from the cliffs, they knew they had discovered perhaps the richest dinosaur fossil ground ever. This article details the exciting 1995 expedition led by paleontologists Michael Novacek and Mark Norell, a pair of scientists whose discoveries are challenging the way we look at dinosaurs. Among the extraordinary events covered is the excavation of the first known nesting dinosaur, an ostrich-like creature called Oviraptor , whose bones were found on a ring of some 20 eggs. It apparently died when a huge sandstorm buried it 80 million years ago.

    96. ƒfƒBƒmƒvƒŒƒX
    A quarterly magazine of dinosaurs and extinct animals of past geological periods. Published in Japan, site in both English and Japanese.

    97. Dinosaurs Of The Sahara @
    SITE INDEX. In fall 1997, paleontologist Paul Sereno from the Universityof Chicago, led an expedition to explore a remote part of
    Suchomimus, A Suchomimus
    Press Conference Coverage

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    98. Dinosaurs
    Welcome to the Wonderful World of dinosaurs. On this site you willfind information on over 50 dinosaurs. Each presented in easy
    Welcome to the Wonderful World of Dinosaurs On this site you will find information on over 50 dinosaurs. Each presented in easy to read language and accompanied by clear illustrations. Sit back and enjoy the "World Before Time" Contact Us

    99. Little Dinosaurs Daycare, Inc.
    Group family daycare providing a secure atmosphere with exceptional teaching strategies. Based in East Meadow, NY.
    Gross Motor Skills Fine Motor Skills Sensory Awarness Cognitive Development Early Childhood development
    Each activity is handled with age appropriate projects, books and toys.
    Experience in educating our future for over 11 years.
    Saturday, March 22, 2003

    100. Dinosaurs And Us Unit
    Elementary and middle school exercise
    Your View
    View By
    ... Science Electronic Field Trips
    Dinosaurs and Us Unit
  • Unit Description
  • Objectives
  • Materials and Resources
  • Unit Lesson Plans ...
  • One Computer versus Many
    • Grade level: Elementary School, Middle School
    • Subject Area: Science
    Unit Description Students will visit several on-line museums with dinosaur exhibits. While at the sites students will gather information about dinosaurs' habitats and survival needs and ways in which dinosaurs met these needs. This information will serve as the basis for a discussion of adaptation. In this discussion a comparison will be made between adaptation of species including humans.
    Objectives Students will:
    • Learn about the evolutionary concept of adaptation.
    • Understand the ways in which adaptation applies to humans.
    • Learn about dinosaurs and their habitats.

    Materials and Resources
  • Special hardware requirements: None.
  • Special software requirements: None.
  • Internet access: A medium-speed (28,000 BPS via modem) or high-speed (greater than 1 MBPS via network).
    Unit Lesson Plans
  • Lesson One: Visiting Museums . Students will visit museums and gather information about dinosaur habitats, survival needs, and how they met these needs.
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