Reconstruct and identify a fossil skeleton.
A paleontologist travels to Antarctica to collect fossil evidence.
Examine fossils and gather clues from experts!
Anyone can find fossils. This handy guide tells you where to look and what to do.
Join the inquisitive Deena Soris as she interviews the fossil of a Protoceratops.
Learn about fossils, extremely rare—and valuable—records of the past.
Take a peek at our planet's layers, learn what secrets rocks reveal, and gain a long view of history.
How do your fossil-sorting skills stack up? Put them to the test with this kid-friendly online puzzle.
Bury chicken bones in plaster of Paris to see the challenges paleontologists face when excavating fossils.
Can you tell the difference between a giraffe's bones and those from a mammoth? Test your knowledge of fossils.
Take a peek inside two paleontologists' scrapbook.
About 80 million years ago two dinosaurs were locked in deadly combat when they were suddenly buried alive. See one of the greatest fossil specimens ever found.
Learn how to look at a bunch of bones and draw what a dinosaur looked like.
Find out what cool stuff Mark, Anna, Max, and Reva have uncovered.
Ross MacPhee has always loved dirt. To him it means the opportunity to find lost things — from bones and teeth to pirate treasure.
Find out what cool stuff Mark has uncovered.
How much do you know about the Age of Dinosaurs?
Create your own miniature Mesozoic Museum. Don't forget to invite your friends and family to the opening!
In this interview, meet the cast of a titanosaur, one of the largest dinosaurs ever found!
See how artifacts and ruins give us glimpses of what life was like long ago.
Find out from a zooarchaeologist how humans have tamed and bred horses.
Find out about Earth's climate, its consequences, and what we can do.
Take a look at some unusual living and extinct mammals.
Test your knowledge about our planet Earth with this quiz.
Check out the scrapbook to learn about this amazing race!
Send a note to a friend with these colorful letterheads.
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