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Celluloid Dinosaurs (R) - This is IT!

Ever anxious to inflict our latest on the hapless members of this list,
we are somewhat pleased and apprehensive to announce that we're finally
going to Offficially Announce the opening of:

Celluloid Dinosaurs (R) - A History of Dinosaur Movies.

Those of you who have not been paying attention for the past six months
while we picked everyone's brains, can find this little ditty at:


The purpose of all this beyond the excuse for putting up all kinds of
kewl dinosaur movie stills and playing around and stuff, is to point out
the relationships amongst:

paleo graphic art

It is our point of view that there is an exchange amongst these
disciplines that helps each of them to grow (usually, but not always,
with paleontology in the lead). After all, someone needs to visualize
what those big things looked like with flesh on their bones and
ultimately how they moved and made noises. We are extending the premise
of "Paper Dinosaurs" (an extraordinary exhibit) one step further.

As usual, if the perspicacious amongst you note
a) mistakes
b) salient historic events in the world of Paleontology and Art and
Science which clearly impacted upon our perception of dinosaurs.

do let us know.

Thanks in advance!

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When you think of dinosaurs, think of DIG!
The Dinosaur Interplanetary Gazette - 245 Million Years of News at
Dinosaur Central
http://www.dinosaur.org  mailto:Editor@dinosaur.org
Recommended by The National Education Association,Encyclopedia
Britannica Internet Guide, Yahoo and Yahooligans Choice, Netscape Site
of the Day. Member of The Paleo Ring

Bear Bob's Story - Where the first teddy bear really came from....
A prequel to Teefr by Edward Summer
http://www.dinosaur.org/teefr/bearbob.html  mailto:Teefr@Juno.Com
Book Two of the Teddy Quartet, A Yahooligans choice.

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