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Further Exploration

Visit these sites to go on your own expedition, digging for information on dinosaurs on the Web!

:: Project Exploration
Find out more about dinosaurs, fossils, and the Junior Paleontology program — check out some fun Dinosaur Activities for kids.
:: Old Trail Museum
Find out how you can dig for dinosaurs yourself in Choteau, Montana with these dinosaur paleontology courses.

:: Dinosaur Eggs
Visit this site from National Geographic to "Hunt dino eggs around the world. Hatch them to see how embryos are exposed by researchers. See a model of how the embryos might have looked. And visit our museum to learn more about dinosaur babies and parents."
:: Discovering Dinosaurs
Visit this site from Encyclopedia Britannica to "Explore our evolving conceptions of these extraordinary creatures. Trace the great dinosaur debate through time by traveling down through each color-coded theme."
:: Zoom Dinosaurs
Find out everything you want to know about dinosaurs, including "Dinosaur Information Sheets," for more than 90 dinosaurs, such as Apatosaurus, T. rex, Triceratops, Velociraptor, and more!

:: Walking on Eggshells in Dinosaur Country
Check out this account from an Arizona State University student who went on an expedition to Montana to dig for dinosaur eggs.

:: The Museum of Paleontology
Visit the University of California, Berkeley museum's enormous collections which include protists, plants, invertebrates and vertebrates.
:: Museum of the Rockies, Paleontology Department
Visit the Montana State University (Bozeman, MT) museum for information about the research, collections, exhibits, and programs of the paleontology department along with news, 2-D & 3-D computer graphics, and more fun stuff for kids — get answers to the most popular questions asked of Curator of Paleontology, Jack Horner.

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