- Includes print-outs and activities from The Academy of Natural Sciences .
- Dinosaur Eggs - National Geographic
- A National Geographic Society site in which students will be able join an online egg hunt, see how fossilized dinosaur eggs are "hatched", and tour a museum of dinosaur hatchlings to learn more about dinosaur babies and parents.
- The Dinosaur Hall of the National Museum of Natural History
- Provides photographs from Smithsonian Exhibits: The Dinosaur Hall, National Museum of Natural History.
- The Dinosauria
- Lots of dino info by the University of California Museum of Paleontology, as well as links to dinosaur-oriented web sites, dinosaurs and other aspects of paleontology, dinosaurs In museums, dinosaur-related organizations and institutions, dinosaur art and models, and not really dinosaurs, but worthy of mention
- Tons of Dino Links from the Birmingham Zoo.
- Dinosaurs Theme
- Links to sites on classification, museums, fossil locations, disappearance, trace fossils and dinosaur digs.
- Eocene Fossils
- Images of fossils of the Eocene Green River collected in northwest Colorado during the past several years and date at about 48 million years ago.
- Lake Témiscamingue Fossil Centre
- "This site presents the research themes and sites of the Lake Témiscamingue Fossil Centre in Notre-Dame-du-Nord. Focusing on the Ordovician-Silurian period (from -505 to -400 million years ago), the site is designed to increase your understanding of life on Earth during the earliest stages of evolution. "
- List of Pictures of Mason Creek Fossils
- Fossils of plants that were found in Mazon Creek and are housed at the Illinois State Museum.
- New Mexico Friends of Paleontology
- A volunteer organization that supports paleontology of New Mexico. They help paleontology by collecting fossils (including dinosaurs) for the New Mexico Museum of Natural History.
- The flora and fauna that have existed over the past 650 million years. Information is organized by geological period
- Set in Stone - Paleo Teaching Resources
- This paleontology site has a number of features for the dinosaur teacher and student including "Dino Dentures", "Body Building", and "Paleo Puzzles." Also general information about dinosuars in "Dinosaurs Fact or Fiction" and "Reptiles Rule the Universe", among others.
- Trace Fossils Image Database
- A database of images and basic information concerning trace fossils included in this information is the formation, age, and locality of the specimen if known.
- Information on Tyrannosaurus Rex
- Two Guys Fossils for Museums
- A display of fossils often sold to universities. There are many types of fossils shown here.
- Univ. California Museum - Paleontology without Walls
- Searchable on-line paleontology exhibits and information.
- Welcome to the Wyoming Dinosaur Center
- Includes access to special dinosaur exhibits, WDC News, museum quality fossils, "Bones" - an educational newsletter and educational materials, and more.
- Zoom Dinosaurs
- "Zoom Dinosaurs is a comprehensive on-line hypertext book about dinosaurs. It is designed for students of all ages and levels of comprehension. It has an easy-to-use structure that allows readers to
start at a basic level on each topic, and then to progress to much more
advanced information as desired, simply by clicking on links."