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Dinosaurs

Do you know what Archosauria means? Which dinosaur was the widest? Find these answers and many more at sites devoted to dinosaurs big and small:

  • Dinosaur Hall of Fame
    Infoplease's site will tell you which dinosaurs were the fastest, smartest, dumbest, oldest, widest and more.

  • Dinosauria On-Line
    Use the various dinosaur dictionaries as a reference tool and check out the photo gallery.

  • Sue at the Field Museum of Natural History
    Although Sue's skull weighs 600 pounds, her brain cavity is about the size of a quart of milk. Learn about the world's largest, most complete and best-preserved Tyrannosaurus Rex here.




  • Dinosaur.org
    Having trouble remembering the difference between Jurassic and Cretaceous? Check out the timeline here, as well as lots of dinosaur links.

  • National Geographic's Dinosaur Eggs
    This site allows you to hunt for dinosaur eggs, hatch them and see models of how they might have looked. Also check out the museum.

  • How to Write a Great Dinosaur Report
    EnchantedLearning.com offers tips and links for writing about dinosaurs.

  • Dino Russ's Lair
    This geologist's site offers dinosaur art, exhibits and information about numerous dinosaur quarries in the United States.



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