- Woodburn Paleoarchaeological Work
Pleistocene microfauna, megafauna, avifauna, biotics, stratified deposits. Missoula flood not related to animal deposits. Separate area for marine archaeology at same website.
Dinocasts.com- Dinosaur casts and replicas of skeletons and skulls
Dinocasts.com has a very large catalog of dinosaur casts and replicas of skeletons and skulls. In Dinocasts.com you may accquire dinosaur replicas, services, exhibitions, models, etc.
See over 100 life sized dinosaurs in an outdoor museum setting at Dinosaur World. This park also has an indoor dinosaur musuem and a fossil dig where young paleontologists can sift through sand in search of authentic fossils to take home. There is also a movie cave showing educational movies on dinosaurs and more.
evalu8.org's Science articles
Science, Biotechnology, Disease & the World Around Us -- includes Medical miracles, scientific discoveries and the nature of man (and woman); Archeology, Paleontology, Evolution, Genetics & Ancient History; and Space, The Future, New Frontiers.
Lang's Fossils Online Paleontology Museum
An educational paleontology site, museum, and online photo archive cataloging the fossil collection of Allan Langheinrich. Specializing in eurypterids and trilobites.
Charles Messing's comatulid crinoid page
Describes the skeletal structure and ecology of living unstalked crinoids, with a key to extant families.
The Palaeontological Association
The Palaeontological Association was founded in 1957 to promote the study of palaeontology and its allied sciences through publication of academic journals (Palaeontology and Special Papers in Palaeontology), Newsletters, a series of field guides, regular meetings and field excursions, and a program of annual awards. The Association is based in the UK and is registered as a UK charity, but its members are drawn from all over the world. The interests of members of the Association encompass all aspects of palaeontology, including macropalaeontology, micropalaeontology, palaeobotany, vertebrate palaeontology, palaeoecology, and biostratigraphy.
Paleozoic.org -- The Website where Fossils Live
An extensive free paleontology resource, specializing in fossil photographs and images, expedition reports, and home to the Paleolist, one of the world's largest online fossil discussion groups.
Welcome to PRI - Ithaca's Museum of the Earth!
The site includes information about the PRI (Paleontological Research Institution), its current projects/events/research, and up-to-date information about the newly constructed Museum of the Earth located in Ithaca, NY. In addition to paleontology, priweb features links/info about current research in biology, geology, and other earth sciences. The Museum of the Earth is a member of the New York State Discovery Trail and provides information on this activity as well as a link to the Museum of the Earth homepage (http://www.museumoftheearth.org).
Paleontology Department at San Diego Natural History Museum
The San Diego Natural History Museum's Department of Paleontology conducts biodiversity related research, and holds significant collections of specimens from southern California and Baja California dating back to the 1880s.
Site map for paleontology at the U.S. Geological Survey
Image gallery of reconstruction drawings and three dimensional renderings of prehistoric animals.
Dead Bugs in Amber
Large list of amber resources.
Strange Science: The Rocky Road to Modern Paleontology and Biology
A collection of misguided attempts to explain natural history, including honest and dishonest mistakes.
Diatoms :Nature's Marbles
Covers aspects of modern diatom research coupled with a show off of the beauty of these opaline gems.
The Paleobiological Fund
Paleobiological and paleontological research and education funding.
A webring with a large selection of different paleontology and anthropology sites.
The Rex Files
Hot topic feature of the New Scientist. Includes short summaries of major questions about the dinosaurs.