Dinosaurs were a focus of interest for people for hundreds of years before the release of "Jurassic Park." These fascinating Mesozoic reptiles were one of the first fossil groups to have a major presence on the internet, and the number of dinosaur websites grows every day.
This category contains a wide variety of dinosaur websites, from children's art sites to highly technical taxonomic sites.
This category contains sites about dinosaur digs, including how you can join one.
This category is for dinosaur-themed link directories and search engines.
This category is for websites dealing with famous localities where dinosaur fossils have been found.
Could T. rex really run fast? How did a animal that weighed as much as a sauropod walk? What did Triceratops eat?
Functional morphology is the study of how organims work, and functional morphologic sites like those listed here address how dinosaurs worked.
This category is for websites dealing with a specific dinosaur taxon.
This category is for websites dealing with the construction of models and sculptures of dinosaurs.
This category is for websites dealing with specific professional paleontologists who specialize in the study of the dinosaur fossil record.
From roadside attractions to huge dinosaur plantations, dinosaur parks are a world-wide phenomenon. This category is for websites dealing with dinosaur-themed parks and tourist attractions.
Taxonomy is the study of classifying organisms. The profusion of dinosaur sites on the web has given rise to many sites dealing exclusively with dinosaur taxonomy. This category contains a listing of some of those sites.
This category is for websites dealing with the non-body fossil remains of dinosaurs such as preserved trackways.