Science Focus Education Pack: Dinosaurs
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Jurassic Park: five things we now know about dinosaurs 25 years on
As one of Steven Spielberg’s best films turns 25, we look back at how our understanding of dinosaurs has changed over the last quarter of a century.
How to flat-pack a dinosaur
The Natural History Museum's 'Dippy' the diplodocus skeleton is about to be become a giant 3D jigsaw.
17 unusual, bizarre, and downright weird dinosaurs
The T. Rex might be king of the dinosaurs, but it looks like his court was home to more than a few jesters - here are some of the weirdest dinosaurs to have roamed the planet.
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Mass extinctionCan we stop it?
Research into past mass extinctions is providing fresh insights into the environmental challenges we face today.
Look inside a dinosaur's skull with these pictures from the pop-up book Tyrannosaurus Rex
T. rex's extraordinary senses helped it to be one of the greatest hunters to walk the Earth.
How brains, not brawn, helped the Tyrannosaur become king
Rather than being slow, lumbering and a bit stupid, dinosaurs were smart and nimble-brained – just ask the palaeontologists who are peering deep inside the fossilised skulls of these prehistoric animals.
Steve BrusatteThe truth about dinosaurs
The image of dinosaurs as drab, slow-witted reptilians is slowly being overturned - we talk to palaeontologist Steve Brusatte to find out how.
What if the dinosaurs had survived?
If the dinosaurs hadn’t been wiped out in a mass extinction 66 million years ago, the world would look very different today…