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Dino Directory

An excellent database of over three hundred dinosaurs from around the world. They are organized by country, continent, time period, and by alphabetical order, and each dinosaur has pictures and facts about it. courtesy of netTrekker
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An excellent database of over three hundred dinosaurs from around the world. They are organized by country, continent, time period, and by alphabetical order, and each dinosaur has pictures and facts about it.

courtesy of netTrekker

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