|Alphabetical | By Popularity|
- Douglas Henderson's Earth History Illustrations
- Gallery of scientific illustrations representing Earth's ancient life, landscapes, dinosaurs, and prehistoric creatures. Includes illustrated geologic timeline.
- Electronic database documenting late Quaternary distributions of mammal species. Developed at the Illinois State Museum (ISM) with support from the National Science Foundation.
- MegaFauna: A List of Remarkable Prehistoric Mammals
- Listed in categories such as interesting names, woolly and huge, and strange and/or massive. Includes thumbnail silhouette images that show scale relative to man, and links to more information.
- Miocene Mammal Mapping Project (MioMap)
- Integrates GIS with a detailed Miocene database to provide comprehensive spatial and temporal analysis of Miocene mammal taxa and localities for the Western United States.
- NMITA: Neogene Marine Biota of Tropical America
- Online biotic database containing images and data for taxa used in analyses of tropical American biodiversity over the past 25 million years.
- Paleocene Mammals of the World
- An introduction to the first 10 million years of the age of mammals. Learn about these early mammals: multituberculates, marsupials, condylarths, and species that resembled primates and insectivores.
- Sea Monsters: A Prehistoric Adventure Movie
- Sea Monsters: A Prehistoric Adventure, a National Geographic movie in IMAX, IMAX 3D, REAL D, and other speciality theatres, introduces viewers to the marvelous and frightful predators of the Late Cretaceous sea.
- TalkOrigins Archive: All About Archaeopteryx
- Article discussing the fossil specimens and anatomy of Archaeopteryx, known to be a transitional fossil having characteristics of both dinosaurs as well as birds.
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