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|A collection of fossil dinosaur skeletons. Clockwise from top left: Microraptor gui (a winged theropod), Apatosaurus louisae (a giant sauropod), Stegosaurus stenops (a plated stegosaur), Triceratops horridus (a horned ceratopsian), Edmontosaurus regalis (a duck-billed ornithopod), Gastonia burgei (an armored ankylosaur).|
|Unrecognized taxon (||రాక్షసబల్లి|
ఇవి కూడా చూడండి[మార్చు]
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- The Science and Art of Gregory S. Paul Influential paleontologist's anatomy art and paintings
- Skeletal Drawing Professional restorations of numerous dinosaurs, and discussions of dinosaur anatomy.
- BBC Nature:Watch dinosaurs brought to life and get experts' interpretations with videos from BBC programmes including Walking with Dinosaurs Archived 2018-08-19 at the Wayback Machine
- BBC Explainer - Dinosaurs - a complete history in 4 minutes, animation
- Dinosaurs & other extinct creatures: From the Natural History Museum, a well illustrated dinosaur directory.
- Dinosaurnews (www.dinosaurnews.org) The dinosaur-related headlines from around the world. Recent news on dinosaurs, including finds and discoveries, and many links.
- Dinosauria From UC Berkeley Museum of Paleontology Detailed information – scroll down for menu.
- LiveScience.com All about dinosaurs, with current featured articles.
- Zoom Dinosaurs (www.enchantedlearning.com) From Enchanted Learning. Kids' site, info pages and stats, theories, history.
- Dinosaur genus list contains data tables on nearly every published Mesozoic dinosaur genus as of January 2011.
- LiveScience.com Giant Dinosaurs Get Downsized by LiveScience, June 21, 2009
- Palaeontologia Electronica From Coquina Press. Online technical journal.
- Dinobase A searchable dinosaur database, from the University of Bristol, with dinosaur lists, classification, pictures, and more.
- DinoData (www.dinodata.org) Technical site, essays, classification, anatomy.
- Thescelosaurus! By Justin Tweet. Includes a cladogram and small essays on each relevant genera and species.