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Dinosaurs
Extinct reptiles, often gigantic, chiefly terrestrial, carnivorous or herbivorous, that lived during the Mesozoic era.
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Online booklet with answers to frequently asked questions about dinosaurs.
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Contacts and other sources of information for teachers, students, and others interested in paleontology with links to related USGS websites and on-line publications.
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Field guide describing the geology and paleontology of the continental Cretaceous-Tertiary boundary in the Raton basin, Colorado and New Mexico.
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