[San Diego Natural History Museum - Dinosaurs of Jurassic Park: The Lost World]

Websites that Dig Dinosaurs and Fossils

If you just can't get enough of dinosaurs, there are lots of websites where you can find even more.

The Museum of Paleontology—from the University of California, Berkley. Explore the geologic timeline, evolution , and the "family tree of life" at the best dino site we know about.
Peruse the Dinosauria to discover the basics about dinosaurs as well as dispel a few dino-myths. Find out current dinosaur information in Dino Buzz, take an online tour of their Dilophosaurus exhibit, or visit their T. rex Expo.

Dinosaur Data Files—28 different genera, as well as a variety of dino-related activities, are available online at The Natural History Museum of London. And speaking of Jurassic Park, see what they have to say on the issue of Recreating Dinosaurs. While you're there, treat yourself to one of the best scientific mysteries on the Internet, the Beast of Bodmin Moor.

Dino Russ's Lair—Probably the most famous collection of dino art, lore, and information on the Web, lovingly tended by Russ Jacobson. He probably answers most of your questions in his really comprehensive Index to Dinosaur Questions.

Sue: The Inside Story—Meet Sue, the largest, most complete T. rex at her home in the Field Museum in Chicago. Tune in at 9:15 CMT to see the McDonald's Fossil Preparation Laboratory through the Sue Webcam, or just stop by to see the Dinosaur of the Month.

Drawing of Plateoseurus

Dinosaurs of the Jurassic Park | Exhibits