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Formation of the Australian continent

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When did the dinosaurs live?

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Why do scientists think this?

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Did the Earth look the same during the Age of Dinosaurs?

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Were dinosaurs able to survive while the continents moved?

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Did the same species of dinosaurs live throughout the whole of the Age of Dinosaurs?

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Why was the breaking up of the continents important to the dinosaurs?

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What happened at the end of the Cretaceous Period?

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What caused this extinction?

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The break up of Pangaea interactive

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Environment in which dinosaurs lived

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Was the climate in the Age of Dinosaurs similar to that of today?

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How does this climate change affect the Earth?

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What climate did Australia's dinosaurs live in during the Cretaceous Period?

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Why do scientists think this big sea existed?

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Were any of these marine animals dinosaurs?

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What other animals and plants lived in the Cretaceous?

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Do any of these animal and plant species exist today?

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Was the climate consistent throughout Australia at that time?

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Did the same dinosaur species occur all over Australia?

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What did the dinosaurs eat?

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How can scientists tell whether a dinosaur was a herbivore or a carnivore?

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Australian dinosaurs

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What are the main dinosaur groups?

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How did dinosaurs become fossils?

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Did most dinosaurs become preserved as fossils?

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Were entire dinosaurs preserved as fossils?

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How do scientists identify dinosaurs from pieces of bone or part skeletons?

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Examples of Australian dinosaurs

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Hypsilodontid dinosaurs

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Minmi

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Muttaburrasaurus

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Ozraptor

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Rhoetosaurus

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'Elliot' the Sauropod

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Lark Quarry dinosaurs

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Skartopus (including 3D Coelurosaur animation)

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Tyrannosauropus (including 3D Theropod animation)

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Wintonopus (including 3D Ornithopod animation)

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Did you know!

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Dinosaur names

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Climate in the past

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Dinosaur bones

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The colour and skin of dinosaurs

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Different dinosaur species

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Warm blooded or cold blooded dinosaurs

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Dinosaur quiz interactive

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Lark Quarry dinosaur stampede

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Introduction

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How did dinosaur tracks form?

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Are there other dinosaur trackways?

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How old are the Lark Quarry 'trackways'?

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How many dinosaurs made tracks left at Lark Quarry?

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What can scientists tell from trackways?

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What kinds of dinosaurs made the tracks at Lark Quarry?

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What can scientists tell about the 'stampede'?

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The excavation story

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Discovery

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Excavation

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Preserving the site

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Australian dinosaur fossil locations interactive

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Lark Quarry crossword interactive

 

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