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Understanding Evolution - Written for teachers but accessible to the general public, this site provides "one-stop shopping" for evolution education. The web site is rich in content, with sections on the nature of science, evolution itself, the different lines of evidence supporting evidence, evolution's relevance to everyday life, widespread misconceptions about evolution, and the history of evolutionary thought.
evolution.berkeley.edu
Dino Productions - This Web Site provides you with an extensive resource for your dinosaur needs. Catalog has over 1500 fascinating products.
www.dsuper.net/~dinoprod/welcome.html
Science Spot - Links to Dinosaur and Fossil Links
www.sciencespot.net/Pages/kdzdino.html
Kid's Web Dinosaur Links - links to pictures of dinosaurs and dino exhibits.
psych.hanover.edu/kidsweb/dino.html
Dino Russ' Lair - Tons of cool dinosaur and vertebrate paleontology information.
www.isgs.uiuc.edu/dinos/dinos_home.html
Willo: The Dinosaur With a Heart - The information is fascinating and fifteen minutes on this easy to navigate site will be very rewarding for anyone with an interest in these creatures.
www.dinoheart.org/index.html
Voyage Into Archaeology - The site is organized around interactive story boards, called paths, numbered in the order in which archaeological work proceeds: how to (1) look for sites, (2) decide where to dig, (3) excavate, (4) interpret findings, (5) understand a site in its natural environment, and (6) tell others about what you have learned. Has some flaws, but generally good info.
www.educ.sfu.ca/archaeology/voyage1.htm
Rocky Mountain Dinosaur Resource Center
A new 20,000 square foot dinosaur museum in Woodland Park, Colorado. Exhibits include huge marine reptiles, pterosaurs, remarkable dinosaurs, a visible working fossil lab, educational activities, interactive children's area.
www.rmdrc.com

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