The Dino Dictionary.
- This site offers a searchable database, discussion of current theories, a listing of dinosaur sites and clip art.
- What do we know about dinosaurs? How did they live? How did they die? How do they live on today? Includes a section on myths and contains links to numerous other dino-sites.
Walking with Dinosaurs.
- A comprehensive, easy to navigate collection of "Dino Fact Files" that provide detailed text and graphic information on dinosaurs.
World’s First Dinosaur Skeleton: Hadrosaurus Foulkii.
- A site about the first dinosaur fossil found in North America. Foulke had discovered the first nearly complete skeleton of a dinosaur, an event that would rock the scientific world and forever change our view of natural history.
- Play a dinosaur game, learn about their footprints, send a dinosaur postcard, or find out about extinction from this BBC site.
Dinosaurs: Facts and Fiction.
- Get answers from the USGS to some of the most commonly asked questions about dinosaurs, how they lived, and how they became extinct.
Dinosaurs and Extinction.
- Learn about the time periods in which dinosaurs lived, what the earth was like, and theories on why they became extinct.
- Get brief descriptions of different types of dinosaurs and find out what the Earth was like before they lived.
- Go on an online egg hunt and see how researchers "hatch" fossilized dinosaur eggs to reveal the embryos inside. From National Geographic.
- Check out the latest fossil feature or take a virtual tour of this exhibit from the Academy of Natural Sciences.
- Learn about over 300 dinosaurs in the A-Z glossary, collect dino cards, find out what life was like before and after dinosaurs, and discover more about the Triassic, Jurassic, and Cretaceaous periods. Presented by the Jurassic Park Institute.
- Zoom Dinosaurs is a comprehensive on-line book about dinosaurs. It is designed for students of all ages and levels of comprehension. It has an easy-to-use structure that allows readers to start at a basic level on each topic, and then to progress to much more advanced information as desired, simply by clicking on links.
- Your source for dinosaur bytes and fossil info. Play name that reptile or try out Jurassic Jumble while you're here!