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Pictures of fossils, fossil finds from Everything Dinosaur field trips, photos of fossils sent in.

Did Psittacosaurus dinosaurs use baby sitters? New study suggests co-operative breeding strategy in dinosaurs - clever girl!

Scale drawings of Utahceratops and Kosmoceratops.

Sea Scorpions caught in a time stream.

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New York eurypterid pool - must go here for fossil collecting

Diplichnites track possibly made by eurypterid. Mounds of sand pushed up help indicate direction of travel and show that footprints made out of water on wet sand.

The Geological Society

Ornithomimus (/ˌɔrnɨθɵˈmaɪməs/; "bird mimic") is a genus of ornithomimid dinosaurs from the Late Cretaceous Period of what is now North America. It is usually classified into two species; the type species, Ornithomimus velox, and a referred species, Ornithomimus edmontonicus. O. velox was named in 1890 by Othniel Charles Marsh on the basis of a foot and partial hand from the Maastrichtian Denver Formation.

Ornithomimus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Blog site dedicated to providing dinosaur and fossil themed teaching resources with free downloads, helpful articles, lesson plans and teaching aids.

Dinosaur Workshop | Dinosaurs In School

Scientists hope to build on CT scan work of dinosaur eggs by subjecting fossil material to a UK based synchrotron light source. Learning about the contents of dinosaur eggs without breaking them.

Cracking the Secrets of Dinosaur Eggs

Macronarian - Brachiosaurus (Berlin specimens).

Diplodocus | Sauropod Vertebra Picture of the Week | Page 3

Protoceratops - the ROM - Kendra Spence

Becklespinax dinosaur articulated dorsal vertebrae and original scientific illustration.

Agatized Pine Cone

Trinity Mineral Co Auction: Minerals

Postcard of Proceratops skeletons at the American Museum of Natural History. 1930s.

This rare fossil katydid (grasshopper) from Germany is giant insect, measuring 7.5 inches (Sohlnhofen Limestone - Species: Pycnophlebia robusta.)

One of the scariest creatures ever to live in the ocean, this Devonian fish could grow up to 33 feet long, had an armored face, and likely had one of the strongest bites in history! It used a beak-like mouth instead of teeth to devourer its prey. It was one of the largest of the Placoderms, a group of armored fish that are now extinct.

15 Unusual Prehistoric Creatures - Listverse

Update on the media afternoon at the Devil's Coulee fossil site in southern Alberta.

Fossil fish head called Lepidotus semiserratus from the Jurassic Period. From the collections of Wolverhampton arts and Museums service.

Largest known trilobite - a new species of Isotelus - image copyright Manitoba Museum

World's Biggest Trilobite