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Dinosaur Central Encyclopedia Classification of the Dinosaurs 75-Million-Year-Old Dinosaur Voice Heard Again FAQs Hall of Fame Tyrannosaurus Sue When Did the Dinosaurs Live? Fossils…

Dinosaurs

All about the amazing creatures who once ruled the planet Dinosaur News Fossil finds from the miniature to the monstrous T. rex Fossils Fetch Bargain Price Just how much does a T. rex go…

Classification of the Dinosaurs

Dinosaurs (“terrible lizards”) belong to a large group of reptiles called Archosauria (“ruling reptiles”). They are classified into two distinct orders, which are distinguished by their pelvic…

Dinosaur FAQs

—Ronald J. Litwin, Robert E. Weems, and Thomas R. Holtz, Jr. Source: United States Geological Survey When did the dinosaurs first appear on Earth? Are all fossil animals dinosaurs?…

Dinosaur Discoveries

Dinosaur News Fossil finds from the miniature to the monstrous by Holly Hartman and Borgna Brunner Recent years have been a news bonanza for dinosaur fans. With the discovery of fossils…

Dinosaur Movies

T. rex on the Silver Screen A history of dinosaur movies by Beth Rowen With the enormous success of the Jurassic Park film franchise—the first two installments are among the top 25…

Barney the Dinosaur

A six-foot chubby purple dinosaur, Barney was the star of the long-running children's TV show Barney and Friends. Barney the dinosaur got his start in 1987 in direct-sale videos created by Dallas…

Dinosaur Hall of Fame

*/ Information Please's informal guide to the biggest, smallest, fastest, smartest, dumbest, widest, oldest, and most popular dinosaurs.   Tyrannosaurus skeleton. (c) Joe Tucciarone  …

How are dinosaurs named?

Dinosaurs generally are named after a characteristic body feature, after the place where they were found, or after a person involved in the discovery. Usually the name consists of two Greek or…

Did dinosaurs communicate?

Dinosaurs probably communicated both vocally and visually. The chambered headcrests on some dinosaurs such as Corythosaurus and Parasaurolophus might haved been used to amplify grunts or bellows…