DINOSAURS – PICTURES AND FACTS

Listing 10.000+ pictures of dinosaurs, facts about them and other prehistoric animals, bringing them closer to kids, their parents and teachers.

Dinosaur Facts

Dinosaur Facts

FAQ about dinosaurs, like: when they lived, sizes, weight, speed, eating habits, natural environment, character and so on...

Dinosaur Eggs

Dinosaur Eggs

We are going to talk about dinosaur eggs. While dino bones usually get all of the attention in the media, dino eggs are usually...
Dinosaur Bones

Dinosaur Bones

Today, we are going to spend some time talking about dinosaur bones. We are going to find out when the first complete dinosaur skeleton...
Dinosaur Fossils

Dinosaur Fossils

If you've ever wondered about dinosaur fossils, then you have come to the right place. Today, we are not only going to be discussing...
What is a Dinosaur

What Is A Dinosaur?

What is a dinosaur? While this is a simple question that can be answered with a simple answer, it doesn't mean that it isn't...
Feathered Dinosaurs

Feathered Dinosaurs

Feathered dinosaurs have been a debate almost as long as the discovery of dinosaurs. While many paleontologists believed that dinosaurs were reptilian, there were...

Flying Dinosaurs

While some people consider Pterodactyls to be flying dinosaurs, that is really not the case. In actuality, these are flying reptiles. Sure, they came...

What Did Dinosaurs Eat?

When some people look at dinosaurs, they either see them as big, dumb plant-eaters—kind of like giant cows—or they see them as ferocious meat...

Where Did Dinosaurs Live?

A question that is often frequently asked is “Where did dinosaurs live?”. A simple answer to that question is that dinosaurs lived all over...

Dinosaur Extinction

Anyone who learns about dinosaurs can't help but become fascinated with dinosaur extinction. After all, these magnificent and sometimes scary animals ruled the Earth...

Dinosaur Names

In 1842, an English biologist named Sir Richard Owen coined the term “dinosaurs,” a name that means “terrible lizard.” This name was a combination...
Dreadnoughtus by Fabio Pastori

Dreadnoughtus

Quick Dreadnoughtus Facts: - Dreadnoughtus weighed more than a 747 airplane - It also weighed more than 7 African Elephants - It was almost 9 car links long - Dreadnoughtus means “fear nothing” - It was named after a battleship

Elephant Bird

Quick Elephant Bird Facts: - Went extinct during the 18th century - Lived in Madagascar - Was half the height of a giraffe - Weighed more than a horse - Probably had a diet of fruit - Was the biggest bird of all time