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  1. How Do Dinosaurs Say Goodnight? by Jane Yolen, 2000-04-01
  2. The Princeton Field Guide to Dinosaurs (Princeton Field Guides) by Gregory S. Paul, 2010-10-10
  3. Dinosaur Roar (Picture Puffins) by Paul Stickland, Henrietta Stickland, 2002-04-15
  4. Big Book of Dinosaurs by DK Publishing, 1994-09-01
  5. First Dinosaur Encyclopedia by DK Publishing, 2006-12-18
  6. Dinosaurs Divorce by Marc Brown, Laurie Krasny Brown, 1988-09-01
  7. How Do Dinosaurs Clean Their Rooms? by Jane Yolen, 2004-09-01
  8. Eating the Dinosaur by Chuck Klosterman, 2010-07-06
  9. How Do Dinosaurs Say I Love You? by Jane Yolen, 2009-10-01
  10. How Do Dinosaurs Eat Their Food? by Jane Yolen, 2005-09-01
  11. How Do Dinosaurs Go To School? by Jane Yolen, 2007-07-01
  12. Dinosaurs Before Dark (Magic Tree House, No. 1) (Book & CD) by Mary Pope Osborne, 2008-05-27
  13. Danny and the Dinosaur (An I Can Read Book, Level 1) by Syd Hoff, 1993-01-01
  14. I Love Dinosaurs Sticker Book (I Love Sticker Books) by Roger Priddy, 2009-06-09

1. Find Dinosaur Pictures - Illustrations Of Dinosaurs - Dinosaurios - Dinosaur Art
An index of the best Dinosaur Pictures on the world wide web, with links to the original image and image providers home page.
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A to Z list Information Check out the world class Dinosaur Art on these Prehistoric Times Click on the Dinosaur Name to see a small image preview. From there click the image to get to a larger version.
Achelosaurus Acrocanthosaurus Acrocanthosaurus Acrocanthosaurus ... Zuniceratops More interesting stuff A set of Dinosaur Bone Cards Benjamin Waterhouse Hawkins and the New York City Paleozoic Museum ... A Website of Prehistoric Animal Skeletons Artists About this site This site's purpose is to help you locate great illustrations of dinosaurs. It is intended as a shortcut from going site to site hoping to find the specific dinosaur you're looking for. There are 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 preview at a time. The icon pages will show you about 35 small previews at a time. Still haven't found what your looking for?

2. Zoom Dinosaurs -
Includes information on evolution, extinction, and fossils, as well as dinosaur games and jokes.
Zoom Dinosaurs - Dinosaur Information
Zoom Dinosaurs is a comprehensive on-line hypertext 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.
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3. Dinosaur - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
dinosaurs were the dominant vertebrate animals of the terrestrial ecosystems for over 160 million years, first appearing approximately 230 million years ago
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Fossil range: Triassic Cretaceous
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Mounted skeletons of Tyrannosaurus (left) and Apatosaurus (right) at the American Museum of Natural History Scientific classification Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Chordata
Subphylum: Vertebrata
Class: Sauropsida
Subclass: Diapsida
Infraclass: Archosauromorpha
Superorder: Dinosauria
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  • Ornithischia Dinosaurs were the dominant vertebrate animals of the terrestrial ecosystems million years ago . At the end of the Cretaceous Period extinction event ended the dominance of dinosaurs on land. One group of dinosaurs is known to have survived to the present day: taxonomists believe modern birds are direct descendants of theropod dinosaurs. Since the first dinosaur fossils were recognized in the early nineteenth century, mounted dinosaur skeletons have become major attractions at museums around the world. Dinosaurs have become a part of world culture and remain consistently popular among children and adults. They have been featured in best-selling books and films, and new discoveries are regularly covered by the media The term dinosaur is sometimes used informally to describe other prehistoric reptiles, such as the

4. | Profiles Of Over 300 Known Dinosaurs! is your resource for hunting dinosaurs. With profiles of over 300 known dinosaurs, immerse yourself in a wealth of knowledge about the
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Dinosaurs from A-Z is your resource for hunting dinosaurs. With profiles of over 300 known dinosaurs, immerse yourself in a wealth of knowledge about the giants that roamed the earth so long ago!
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On average, a new species of dinosaur is discovered every six weeks. The Dinosaur Dictionary profiles over 300 known dinosaurs. Many dinosaurs listed in the scientific literature as "doubtful" have been omitted.
Classifications and other characteristics are noted as "not confirmed" or followed by a question mark.
Listen to the pronunciation of over 300 dinosaur names by simply clicking on the phonetic spelling of the name.
Dinosaur Fun and Games
Learn about the dinosaurs listed by listening to them talk about themselves, that is... If Dinosaurs Could Talk. Click on a dinosaur name to hear more about the dinosaur you are hunting.
Compsognathus Plesiosaurus Stegosaurus ... Velociraptor Note: Throughout the Dinosaur Database you will find phonetic spellings of many dinosaur names. Clicking on these phonetic spellings enable you to hear how a dinosaur name is pronounced. To be able to hear the audio files you must have Windows media player installed on your computer or an audio player equivalent. We've selected twenty dinosaurs and provided clues that will help you pick the dinosaur described. Just click on the silhouette of the dinosaur to see if you made the right choice.

5. Dinosaurs, Dinosaur, Dinosaur Pictures At explains dinosaurs, dinosaur, dinosaur pictures, dinosaur news and dinosaur picture.
All About Dinosaurs
The subject of blockbuster films, history museum exhibits and much more, dinosaurs continue to interest people today after first appearing approximately 230 million years ago. These vertebrate animals dominated the land for more than 160 million years before experiencing a catastrophic extinction at the end of the Cretaceous period 65 million years ago. The first dinosaur was recognized in the 19th century and ever since, dinosaurs have been the source of many questions. What contributed to the rapid extinction of the dinosaur? What do the latest fossil findings reveal about the dinosaur and its way of life? How is the modern bird connected to these prehistoric creatures ? Could dinosaurs like Tyrannosaurus Rex and Brontosaurus really be brought back to life with mosquito DNA? Find out answers to these and many more questions and stay updated on the latest dinosaur news with the comprehensive articles, interactive features and dinosaur pictures at . Learn more about these fascinating creatures as scientists continue to make amazing discoveries about the dinosaur themselves.
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6. | Teachers: Dinosaurs
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7. BBC - Science & Nature - Prehistoric Life
From dinosaurs to human ancestors the BBC Prehistoric Life site has articles, games and information on BBC TV and radio programmes.
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Prehistoric Life highlights Cavemen profiles What's the difference between a Neanderthal and Homo habilis ? Study their profiles to find out. BBC News: 'Neanderthal' jaw scanned Radio 4: Prehistoric life Listen online to radio programmes about mammoths, dinosaurs, evolution and other science. Dinosaur world Travel back in time and explore our 3D dinosaur landscape. It's a real Jurassic park with Allosaurus Diplodocus and more. Walking With Monsters gallery See the creatures that ruled the Earth before the dinosaurs and download desktop wallpapers. The Truth About Killer Dinosaurs T. rex vs Triceratops . Can science predict who will win? Bill Oddie's ultimate clash of the titans. Lucy's legacy Lucy lived 3.2 million years ago. Find out why she's important, and how she got her name. BBC News: Lucy's 'baby' found Sea Monsters adventure Can you survive the seven deadliest seas of all time in this game? Take the plunge!

8. Dinosaurs
Websites on Specific Dinosaur Types There are hundreds of more websites on dinosaurs. If you need information on a specific type of dinosaur,
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Websites on Specific Dinosaur Types: There are hundreds of more websites on dinosaurs. If you need information on a specific type of dinosaur, then try looking on our alphabetized links-page, the companion called Dinosaur Websites . Here you will find a few hundred A to Z links for more dinosaur pages. Don't miss it!
Easier - Dinosaurs are large reptiles that lived millions of years ago. There were many different dinosaurs. Dinosaurs came in many different sizes and shapes. They also lived differently and in different places. Some were meat-eaters, others ate only plants. Some dinosaurs were enormous, up to 150 feet long and weighing more than 77 metric tons. Others were much smaller. Harder - The name dinosaur comes from the term Dinosauria , which means 'terrible lizards.' However dinosaurs were only distantly related to lizards. Dinosaur is the name of a prehistoric reptile group that first 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. They were not 'rediscovered' by man until the early nineteenth century, when their fossil remains were first recognized.

9. Reference Library - Science - Dinosaurs
The dinosaurs lived many millions of years ago. When did they roam the Earth? See our Dinosaur Timeline . How many of the dinosaurs do you know?
The dinosaurs lived many millions of years ago. When did they roam the Earth? See our " Dinosaur Timeline ". How many of the dinosaurs do you know?
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Ankylosaurus The Ankylosaurus lived during the Cretaceous and late Jurassic Periods. They were a medium-sized plant eating dinosaur, growing up to 30 feet long. It had an armor of spines and spikes on its back. These bony plates helped protect the Ankylosaurus from being eaten by other meat eating dinosaurs. They also had a large, heavy tail that they could swing from side-to-side like a club to protect themselves. Apatosaurus The Apatosaurus, also known as the Brontosaurus, is one of the best known dinosaurs. It lived during the late Jurassic Period. It was one of the largest dinosaurs, at up to 70 feet long. It was very heavy, with a very long neck and tail. It ate leaves and other vegetation. It could rear up on its hind legs to reach high branches. While its size helped to protect it from other dinosaurs, it could also use its long, narrow tail to hit an attacking dinosaur.. Archaeopteryx The Archaeopteryx was a small creature, about 1 foot long, that is believed to be one of the first birds. It lived in the late Jurassic Period. The Archaeopteryx had many features of a bird, including wings that allowed it to fly like a bird. It also had many features of a reptile, including reptilian teeth, claws and tail.

10. National Museum Of Natural History - Dinosaurs
Dinosaur Info Dinosaur Collections Exhibits Interactives. The first dinosaurs were small, meateating animals that first arose over 200 million
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11. Dinosaur Guide : Dinosaurs : 3D Dinosaur Pictures : Discovery Channel
Go beyond just dinosaur pictures and see dinosaurs in 3D. Discovery Channel’s Dinosaur Guide shows you what these prehistoric animals really looked like.
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Digg Reddit Newsvine ... close Go beyond dinosaur pictures and view these fascinating enigmas in 3-D. Explore the age of the dinosaurs with these Discovery programs and see what prehistoric animals may really have looked like. Take an interactive dinosaur tour! Meet a maiasaur and go eye-to-eye with an iguanodon. Explore 20 dinosaurs from all angles, compare their size to yours, and watch as animation brings these 80-million-year-old creatures to life.

12. The Dinosauria
Extensive information about the dinosaurs from the University of California Museum of Paleontology.
Diplodocus carnegii. Michael Skrepnick
The Dinosauria
Dinosaurs, one of the most successful groups of animals (in terms of longevity) that have ever lived, evolved into many diverse sizes and shapes, with many equally diverse modes of living. The term "Dinosauria" was invented by Sir Richard Owen in 1842 to describe these "fearfully great reptiles," specifically Megalosaurus Iguanodon , and Hylaeosaurus , the only three dinosaurs known at the time. The creatures that we normally think of as dinosaurs lived during the Mesozoic Era, from late in the Triassic period (about 225 million years ago) until the end of the Cretaceous (about 65 million years ago). But we now know that they actually live on today as the birds
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Some things to keep in mind about dinosaurs:
Not everything big and dead is a dinosaur. All too often, books written (or movies made) for a popular audience include animals such as mammoths, mastodons, pterosaurs, plesiosaurs, ichthyosaurs, and the sail-backed Dimetrodon . Dinosaurs are a specific subgroup of the archosaurs , a group that also includes crocodiles, pterosaurs, and birds. although

13. Kids Konnect - Dinosaurs
Hunting dinosaurs in the Desert Jason s Dinosaur Site Kinetosaurs Meet the dinosaurs Museum of Paleontology Natural History Museum Dino Directory
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14. Dinosaurs For K-12, Page 2
Welcome to the Internet School Library Media Center dinosaurs page. This page includes Internet based materials on individual dinosaurs and other
Dinosaurs for K-12
Welcome to the Internet School Library Media Center Dinosaurs page. This page includes Internet based materials on individual dinosaurs and other prehistoric animals. This page features links to Internet pages about individual dinosaurs. For general information about dinosaurs, see also Dinosaur Resources for K-12. . Other related pages include Paleontology and Paleontologists
The ISLMC is a meta-site where teachers, librarians, parents and students can preview curriculum related materials. Please visit the ISLMC Home Page . You can search this site, use an index or use a sitemap

Our knowledge of dinosaurs is changing every day as paleontologists make new and startling discoveries. Paleontolgists have different theories relating to dinosaurs, how they lived and died. Paleontology is a fascinating field of study.
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Dann's Dinosaur Reconstructions
Information and illustrations from Dann Pigdon
DinoData Dinosaurs
Extensive site with a wealth of information,
including individual dinosaurs
The Dinosauricon
Has a genus index (alphabetical list of all dinosaurs); classification;

15. Dinosaurs: Facts And Fiction
US Geological Survey GeneralInterest Publication dinosaurs Facts and Fiction.
By Ronald J. Litwin, Robert E. Weems, and Thomas R. Holtz, Jr.
Few subjects in the Earth sciences are as fascinating to the public as dinosaurs. The study of dinosaurs stretches our imaginations, gives us new perspectives on time and space, and invites us to discover worlds very different from our modern Earth. From a scientific viewpoint, however, the study of dinosaurs is important both for understanding the causes of past major extinctions of land animals and for understanding the changes in biological diversity caused by previous geological and climatic changes of the Earth. These changes are still occurring today. A wealth of new information about dinosaurs has been learned over the past 30 years, and science's old ideas of dinosaurs as slow, clumsy beasts have been totally turned around. This pamphlet contains answers to some frequently asked questions about dinosaurs, with current ideas and evidence to correct some long-lived popular misconceptions. Although much has been discovered recently about dinosaurs, there is still a great deal more to learn about our planet and its ancient inhabitants.

16. Paso Partners | Dinosaurs Home Page - Covering Extinction, Fossils, Types Of Din
Grade school lesson plans covering dinosaurs and extinction. With Spanish translations.
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Dinosaur Resources on the Internet
Dinosaurs Dinosaurs: Ancient Fossils, New Discoveries Dino Russ's Lair : Dinosaur and Vertebrate Paleontology Information Dinosaur Fossils Exhibit Dinosaurs: Fact and Fiction Field Museum Online Fossil Preparation (cleaning) Lab ... 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 About SEDL Contact SEDL Support SEDL

17. Dinosaurs
The students each get two simple dinosaur blacklines, possibly “long neck” brachiosaurus. One blackline must be larger for the “effect”.
Literature Patrick’s Dinosaurs by Carol Carrick What Ever Happened to Patrick’s Dinosaurs? by Carol Carrick What Ever Happened to the Dinosaurs? by Bernard Most If the Dinosaurs Came Back by Bernard Most Digging Up Dinosaurs by Aliki My Visit to the Dinosaurs by Aliki Danny and the Dinosaur by Syd Hoff Bones, Bones, Dinosaur Bones by Byron Barton Curious George and the Dinosaur by Margret and H.A. Rey Dinosaur Time by Peggy Parish A Dozen Dinosaurs by Richard Armour A First Look at Dinosaurs by Millicent Selsam and Joyce Hunt Dinosaurs by Gail Gibbons The Dinosaur Who Lived In My Backyard by B. G. Hennessy Can I Have a Stegosaurus, Mom? Can I? Please!? by Lois G. Grambling Dinosaurs, Dinosaurs by Byron Barton Time Flies by Eric Rothman Dinosaur Roar!

18. Dinosaurs Theme - Lesson Plans, Thematic Units, Printables, Worksheets, And More
Divided by K2 and 3-4 dinosaur printouts, printable pages for math and reading/writing, online games, and things to make.
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19. Dinosaurs
activities include ABC book, Make a movie, Dinosaur Hunt, MeatEater or Plant-Eater, Dinosaur Hunter, Match and Hatch, Family Crests and Find the Herd
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Big Al Game Build A Beast construct the skeleton of a beast Build-A-Dinosaur put parts together to create dinosaur Dinosaur Concentration matching game Dino Don's Dinosaur Quiz K-3 Dinosaur Defender Dino Quiz Dinosaur Defender Dino Draw create your own dinosaur park Dinosaur Eggs online egg hunt Dino Soars Gather up the dinosaur eggs numerous online games to play DinoMania online dino activities Dinosaur Math Games 1st grade addition and subtraction to find code Dinosaur online coloring book interactive coloring book Dinosaur Playground slide puzzle, memory game, gallery, jigsaw puzzle and dino bone game Dinosaur online coloring book interactive coloring book Dinosaur Playground slide puzzle, memory game, gallery, jigsaw puzzle and dino bone game Dinosaur Quiz interactive illustrated dinosaur quiz about 10 basic dinosaur facts Dinosaur World Dinosphere activities include ABC book, Make a movie, Dinosaur Hunt, Meat-Eater or Plant-Eater, Dinosaur Hunter, Match and Hatch, Family Crests and Find the Herd Kindergarten- 3rd Download a Dinosaur Designs for easy-to-make paper dinosaurs that you can download from this site and print out on your printer Great Dinosaur Quiz interactive quiz Hide a Beast game with camouflage Interactive Crossword Puzzle dinosaur crossword puzzle

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A good list of books and corresponding activities to integrate the study of dinosaurs with literature. Also has dinosaur poems and songs.
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