Take a dinosaur safari through all of the Unnatural Museum's
dinosaur related pages. Just work your way down this page taking
each of the links to a different dinosaur stop.
Put on your hiking boots and make sure you tuck your red and
blue glasses into your knapsack. There will be plenty of 3D pictures
along the way!
heard of dinosaurs and seen them in books and films, but what
are they? Oversized lizards? Click on our first stop to find out.
What's a Dinosaur?
were dinosaurs discovered and what did people think of them in
the 19th century? Victorian Dinosaurs.
favorite dinosaur is the Brontosaurus. Come come I never hear
anything about him now? Whatever happened
to the Brontosaurus?
dinosaurs are reptiles, but they're also closely related to birds.
Were they cold-blooded like reptiles or warm-blooded like birds?
Or do scientists even know for sure? Dinosaur
biggest, meanest dinosaur was T-Rex. Or was he? The
dinosaurs ruled the land long ago, what ruled the seas? Reptiles
of the Ancient Seas.
they lived such a long time ago, how do we know anything about
dinosaurs and other prehistoric creatures? What's
are all the dinosaurs fossils? Why aren't any still alive? Dinosaur
the movies they bring dinosaurs back to life using DNA. Is that
possible? Dinosaur DNA.
there any stories that suggest a few dinosaurs might have survived
till today? The Legend of the African Dinosaur.
stories about other ancient reptiles surviving? Flying
Reptiles in Texas.
If no dinosaurs are alive today, how come we've seen them in the movies
for years? Stop Motion Photography.
people ever think those dinosaurs in the movies were for real?
Dinosaurs and Men Walk Together? The
Who Came After the Dinosaurs? The Age of Giant
Of Mastodons, Mammoths and
and Other Giants of the Pleistocene - After the Age of
Dinosaurs there was an age of Giant Mammals. Are any of them still
The Giant Sloth
- These giants disappeared at least 10,000 ago - maybe.
- This was a real prehistoric creature, until some 19th century
showman got a hold of it and made it into a sideshow sea serpent.
Copyright Lee Krystek 1996. All