Inevitably, when you work in any sort of science-adjacent museum, the topic of dinosaurs comes up.
Does your museum have any? What are the latest discoveries? What did a Parasaurolophus look like?
A great web resource for anyone interested in dinosaurs is The Dinosaur Database. There you'll find a broad collection of dinosaur names, pictures, and facts. This site was built using resources and databases assembled by hundreds of paleontologists over the past two decades.
So take a step into the past by clicking over to The Dinosaur Database!
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