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  • Becoming Human
    Learn about human evolution through their interactive documentary and the find the latest paleontology news and views.
    www.becominghuman.org
  • Paleontology Portal, The
    Explore the history of life through geologic time in North America, learn about some of the most spectacular fossil finds in the region, and see what types of fossils different life forms leave behind.
    www.paleoportal.org
  • Strange Science
    Looks at misguided attempts to explain natural history, including honest and not-so-honest mistakes about dinosaurs, mammals, sea monsters, and prehistoric beasts.
    www.strangescience.net
  • Oceans of Kansas Paleontology
    Information about fossils from the ocean that covered the Midwestern U.S. during the Age of Dinosaurs, including information about mosasaurs, pleisiosaurs, and pteranodons.
    www.oceansofkansas.com
  • Paleobiology Database, The
    Provides global, collection-based occurrence and taxonomic data for marine and terrestrial animals and plants of any geological age.
    paleodb.org/cgi-bin/bridge.pl
  • Field Adventures in Paleontology
    Virtual tour of digs in the U.S., Canada, and Australia.
    www.fieldadventures.org
  • ePalaeontology
    Online news, forums, links, and FAQs on related fields of paleontology.
    www.epalaeontology.com
  • Rad World
    What radiolarians are and why they are significant to the geological study of orogenic belts in general, and the Canadian Cordillera in particular.
    radpage.univ-lyon1.fr
  • Career in Paleontology, A
    A selection of posts from The Dinosaur Mailing List presenting advice on how to become a paleontologist and which colleges offer programs in paleontology.
    www.cisab.indiana.edu/~mrowe/dinosaur-FAQ.html
  • Paleautonomy
    Discusses dinosaurs, fossils, and other major areas of paleontology.
    www.paleautonomy.com
  • Paleorama
    Paleontology information from Paleorama. Covers fossils, fields of study, timelines, prehistoric life, prominent figures, and more cool stuff.
    www.paleorama.com
 




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