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Notes and images of Archaeopteryx lithographica, updated from the Canadian Museum of Nature's Natural History Notebooks series.
The Cambrian Explosion: Exhibit Guide Precambrian Time Cambrian Time Post Cambrian Time Reading the Rock Record Questions About Evolution How Did it Happen? References Comments and Feedback To ...
Deinonychus Deinonychus is a spectacular, but fairly small dinosaur. It measured about three and a half feet tall, and about nine feet long. Its weight is estimated at 150 pounds. By hunting in ...
Diplodocus Diplodocus was an enormous dinosaur that grew as long as 100 feet. But most of this length was taken up by its incredibly long neck and even longer tail. Diplodocus' body accounted for ...
The Canada stamps series about the prehistoric life
Iguanodon In 1809, part of an Iguanodon's giant shinbone was found in southern England. In 1819, some teeth and other bones were discovered and scientists at the time thought that they probably ...
Provides information on the International Working Group on Palaeozoic Microvertebrates, members of which are researching vertebrates as revealed by their tiny scales, teeth and bone fragments extracted from rock samples.
Parasaurolophus Of all the dinosaurs in history, Parasaurolophus must have had one of the most distinctive-looking heads. The crest of this 33-foot long duck-billed dinosaur measured almost six ...
Tyrannosaurus rex A close relative of Albertosaurus, king of the tyrant lizards Tyrannosaurus rex was one of the amazing dinosaurs to ever live. The largest known meat eater, it was more than 12 ...
World Wide Web Sites for Palynologists
World Wide Web Sites for Palynologists The following list contains a selection of mainly WWW sites which may contain information of relevance to palynologists. If you know of sites that should be ...
Tyrannosaurus Tyrannosaurus rex is one of the most well know dinosaurs of all. It was the largest carnivore ever to walk the earth. That title has now been challenged , but most people love ...
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