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Jeff's Journal of Dinosaur Paleontology

Along with numerous articles about various dinosaur subjects is a section dedicated to issues concerning the fate of the T.rex "Sue".

University of California Museum of Paleontology (UCMP)

A very interesting and educational site. The material on this site seems endless in explaining everything from plant life to dinosaurs. Start at their home page or skip straight ahead to "The Dinosauria."

Dinosaurs in Cyberspace: Dinolinks

An exhaustive list of dinosaur-related web sites maintained by the UCMP.

The American Museum of Natural History: Exhibitions

Numerous on-line exhibitions to learn about Tyrannosaurus rex, fossils, dinosaur eggs or other areas of the museum's large collection.

The Field Museum: Online Exhibits

Several educational exhibits that walk you through changes to Earth's history from before to after the dinosaurs.

National Geographic: Dinosaur Eggs

Based on their May 1996 feature story on dinosaur eggs, this interactive web site takes you on a fascinating tour through the "hunt", "hatch, "model", and "museum" segments.

Suggested Reading

Prehistoric Journey by Kirk R. Johnson and Richard K. Stucky. Denver Museum of Natural History, 1995.

Discovering Dinosaurs in the American Museum of Natural History by Mark A. Norell. Alfred A. Knopf, Inc., New York, 1995.

The Visual Dictionary of Dinosaurs. Dorlin Kindersley Limited, London, 1993.

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