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When Crocodiles Ruled: An interactive journey through the Paleocene of North Dakota, shortly after the dinosaurs died out.

Geology and Paleontology of Red Rock Canyon: See vertebrate fossils collected in our popular weekend field trips by the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County

Life Through Time Exhibit: The evolution of life on Earth over 3+ billion years is documented by over 300 images of fossils in the HSU Natural History Museum. The fossils are arranged by geologic period and supplemented with tectonic maps, historic engravings etc.

All Things Cretaceous: The Cretaceous collection contains an assortment of digital resources relevant to the Cretaceous Period. These resources cover a broad range of topics and include images, maps, visualizations, virtual field trips, databases, and technical papers.

River of Death Dinosaur Discovery Centre: This official website of the planned museum based on the Pipestone Creek Pachyrhinosaurus bonebed give the visitor a sense of what will soon be on exhibit and provides information on the dinosaurs and the ecosystem in which they lived and died.

The Burgess Shale: This visually stunning online exhibition from the Royal Ontario Museum and Parks Canada, addresses aspects of history, research, education, outreach and visitor access to one of the most famous paleontological sites in the world. See amazing 3D animations, digital reconstructions and high-resolution images of the Burgess fossils.
K-12 URL: http://burgess-shale.rom.on.ca/en/resources/03-education.php

From the Ground Up: The World of Oil: User-friendly introduction to the geological and biological origin of petroleum resources, with information on U.S. petroleum basins and other aspects of petroleum exploration.
K-12 URL: http://www.priweb.org/ed/ed_home.html

Gray Fossil Museum: ETSU's prolific Miocene-aged fossil site at neighboring Gray, Tennessee, is attracting scholars, volunteers, and visitors from across the country seeking to learn about the rich paleoecology of Southern Appalachia. This is the website for the associated Museum.

Museum of the Rockies Dinosaur Paleontology Videos: This page contains links to several short films produced at the Museum of the Rockies in Bozeman, Montana (home to dinosaur paleontologist Jack Horner).

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