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Dinosaurs existed in a fantastic range of shapes and colours and possessed some amazing defence weaponry - armour-plating and very effective teeth and claws. While some dinosaurs were up to 50 metres long or weighed up to 50 tonnes, some were about the size of a chicken.
Dinosaurs are classified as a group of reptiles, although some of their features are found in mammals and birds living today rather than in reptiles. It appears that some dinosaurs were warm-blooded and walked with an upright gait.
Dinosaurs are the ancestors of modern birds. Australian dinosaur fossils are relatively recent discoveries and are featured in the Dinosaurs box.
- Dinosaur models
- Activity booklets
- Become pals with a Palaeontologist
- Bone in the Stone
- The Winton Stampede
- Large footprint cast
- Minmi skin cast
- Footprint moulds
- Fact sheets
- DVD 'Muttaburrasaurus', Film Australia
- Books on Australian Dinosaurs
- Information panels