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ON-LINE DINOSAUR EXHIBIT AT THE MUSEUM OF VICTORIA

Explore the T-rex surfer site which was built as an on-line extension of
the Museum of Victoria. This graphic filled web site has a vertebrate 
paleontolgy link list, an on-line Hall of Archosaurs, information as to
what a dinosaur is, 
classification information, an in depth exhibition of selected dinosaur 
species, size and weight descriptions, and an evaluation on dinosaur speed
(including who is the fastest dinosaur). You can also explore Mesozoic Canada 
by browsing the T-rex surfer site.

Go to http://pioneer.mov.vic.gov.au/dinoExhibit/safari.html to explore this 
museum.
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DINOSAURS IN NEW MEXICO HAS BEEN UPDATED

The web site "Dinosaurs in New Mexico" of the New Mexico Museum of Natural 
History has been updated. New as of Tuesday, February 4, 1997, they have added 
a some more information about some of the dinosaurs featured in our New Mexico 
Dinosaur Dictionary. There is also an update about the
dinosaur skin found in New Mexico.

Go to http://www.nmmnhabq.mus.nm.us/nmmnh/dinosinnm.html to explore this
site.
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EXPLORE THE U.K. NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM ON-LINE

The Department of Palaeontology of the British Natural History Museum
houses a collection of over nine million 
specimens and has extensive laboratory and library facilities. Over 50 
palaeontologists work in the Department, making it the largest centre for
this science in the western world. The on-line exhibits of this museum include 
Ancient nucleic acids from amber-preserved insects, Human origins,
Mass extinctions at the Cretaceous-Tertiary (K-T) boundary, Miocene
vertebrate fossils of Arabia, Origin and early evolution of Tetrapods.

Go to http://www.nhm.ac.uk/science/palaeo/index.html to 
explore this museum.