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>From ScienceScan:


Dinosaur Valley Museum ? the Museum of Western
Colorado's paleontology center ? is a working
paleontology laboratory which features fossils from
important discoveries throughout western Colorado and
eastern Utah. You will see dinosaur skeletons from the
Jurassic Morrison Formation (like Camarasaurus),
articulated and in "death pose" as paleontologists found
them. Also exhibited at the museum are Cretaceous
dinosaur specimens and a variety of robotic dinosaurs.
Eocene Green River Formation plant, fish, and insect
fossils are also on display.

Go to http://www.cyberspacemuseum.com/news2n.html 
to learn more. 

The online Queensland Museum Explorer presents
dinosaurs of ancient Queensland (Australia).  These
include a variety of specimens including dinosaurs such
as Minmi and Muttaburrasaurus.  Since Queensland was
also the sight of a vast inland see 100 million years ago,
this site also features fossils of plesiosaurs, pliosaurs, and

Go to http://www.cyberspacemuseum.com/news3n.html 
to learn more.

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