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Dinosaurs

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Dino Storm – 3D Dinosaur Game

December 10, 2012 -- Submitted by Florian Karstens, a reader from Germany, who is affiliated with the site.

Fame and fortune await brave adventurers in the free 3D multiplayer online game Dino Storm. Meet gigantic herds of dinosaurs and and explore the wild west of Dino Storm. Learn about all sorts of Dinosaurs and how to ride on a back of a Dino. Saddle your dinosaur and have fun with our game.


Everything Dinosaurs for Kids

May 31, 2011 -- Submitted by J Hicks, a reader from United Kingdom, who is not affiliated with the site.

Run by teachers, parents and knowledgeable dinosaur enthusiasts, Everything Dinosaur helps to promote education and an appreciation of Earth sciences through dinosaurs for kids.

DinoSawUs

July 3, 2009 -- From Chris, a reader, from New Zealand, who is affiliated with the site.

DinoSawUs is a fun, interactive and educational online dinosaur world targeting children aged between 5 and 11.

DinoSawUs is a virtual prehistoric game world for kids full of dinosaurs like Tyrannosaurus Rex and Stegosaurus where children adopt a dinosaur, play games and go on adventures.

It includes a Museum where they go to learn about dinosaurs and a newspaper full of stories, puzzles, feedback and with a fun conservation message.

DinoSawUs

June 1, 2009 -- From Toby T-Rex, a reader from Sydney, Australia, who is affiliated with the site.

DinoSawUs is a virtual prehistoric game world for kids full of dinosaurs like Tyrannosaurus Rex and Stegosaurus where children adopt a dinosaur, play games and go on adventures. It includes a Museum where they go to learn about dinosaurs and a newspaper full of stories, puzzles, feedback and with a strong conservation message.

Dinosaur Facts

August 3, 2008 -- From Justin, a reader, from Manitoba, Canada, who is affiliated with the site.

Information on dinosaurs and dinosaur facts are just a fraction of what can be found at this website. The other great sections include a comprehensive guide to names of all the dinosaurs ever to walk the earth, or you can take a look at the extinction guide which lets you in on the information about when each dinosaur left the planet.

The Dinosaur Art of Joe Tucciarone

September 27, 2007 -- From Joe, a reader, from Cocoa, Florida U.S., who is affiliated with the site.

This collection of illustrations contains dozens of pictures accompanied by information about each animal’s size, diet, genus and year of discovery.

Dinosaur Facts

June 22, 2007 -- From Justin, a reader, from Manitoba, Canada, who is not affiliated with the site.

Dinosaur Fact is a new site. A very high quality cool looking site with lots of information about dinosaur extinction, dinosaur species, and a lot of pictures in hand as well.

Walking with Dinosaurs

May 5, 2006 -- From Arvind Pillai, 10 years old from United Arab Emirates, who is not affiliated with the site

This is possibly one of the best dinosaur sites in the world. The site is based on the television series ‘Walking with Dinosaurs.’ Be sure to check out the fact files and the Big Al Game.

Ology

June 15, 2000 -- From Jenny Lando, a teacher from New York City who is affiliated with the site

Ology is the website for kids produced by the American Museum of Natural History. It premiered this Spring and is in constant flux. The current featured Ology is Paleontology!

Dinorama

May 23, 2000 -- From Aaron, a reader from New York who is affiliated with the site

While computer-animated dinosaurs may have reigned supreme at the movies this weekend, National Geographic is upping the ante by offering Web wanderers the “real thing” at Nationalgeographic.com’s Dinorama: www.nationalgeographic.com/dinorama. Dinorama is the online hub that combines the Society’s latest findings with some of the site’s most popular dino-centric features – including the recent “Archaeoraptor” debate, an amazing T. Rex CT scan, a dinosaur egg hunt and a “Family Xpedition” that encourages kids and their parents to help a dinosaur shop for Jurassic Real Estate. So log on to nationalgeographic.com and take a Jurassic-sized bite out of the doldrums of summer.