Virtual Paleontological Museum: An entire 'Virtual Museum'
started by Dr. Ken Hooper. The online exhibits are a delight to visit.
* U. California,
Berkeley - Museum of Paleontology: Has online exhibits and
concerning dinosaurs and many other areas. Their FAQ
about Paleontology is worth reading!
* Smithsonian Institute - Department of Paleontology: A
virtual version of their
102 by Pamela Gore of the University of Georgia has a good outline
format for easy references to relevant geological events and
Ring: An introduction to a group of content-heavy web sites
* Dino Russ' Lair: Lots
of information about dinosaurs, fossils and other aspects of
* The Dinosauricon by
Michael Keesey has an exhaustive list of all known dinosaurs including
cladograms, indices, and paleo-maps for each genus. (Also try Dinosauria)
* The Burgess Shale
Project: Explore one of the most remarkable fossil sites on the
Burgess Shale is one of the few places containing fossilized remains of
invertebrates from the Cambrian Explosion, a period of rapid speciation
approximately 500 million years ago.
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