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Alberta's Dinosaur History
Transcript of Alberta's Dinosaur History
Next, click on the words ‘photo gallery’ in that window to see some pictures of the area.
After that, click on ‘Park Features’ then ‘History’ at the top of the page. Here you will find another timeline to explore and can dig up some Dino Nuggets.
The Royal Tyrrell Museum
Joseph Tyrrell will tell you about some of the periods in our dinosaur history. Scroll to the far left and see how the world has changed in the past 300 million years. YOU have to read what is in his speech bubbles. Alberta's Dinosaur History One of the most unique characteristics
is the number of different dinosaurs
that have been found in Alberta. Alberta's Fossil Heritage Go to this site, enter the tree house and complete the activity called “The Dead and Never Lived” to learn more about Alberta’s fossil heritage:
http://www.dinofun.com/ Here are a bunch of dinosaur themed games. The ‘Dinosaur Database’ will give you information about different kinds of dinosaurs. “Dinostory” will help you write a story about; you guessed it-dinosaurs!
What Happened to the Dinosaurs? Now that you have learned about dinosaurs in Alberta, find out what scientists think happened to them at this site. To begin, read the main page and then click on the arrow in front of the question “What happened 65 million years ago?” Read and look at the pictures then click on “Explore what killed the dinosaurs”. On this page you can click on the boxes, read the information and then watch an animation.
http://www.tyrrellmuseum.com/ http://tpr.alberta.ca/parks/dinosaur/index.aspx http://exhibitions.museums.ualberta.ca/kidzone/index_e.html ‘Dinosaur Database’ http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/evolution/extinction/dinosaurs/