I Spy DINOSAURS!Dino-digging can be dino-mite! So let's all go on a dinosaur dinosaur (dī`nəsôr) [Gr., = terrible lizard], extinct land reptile of the Mesozoic era. The dinosaurs, which were egg-laying animals, ranged in length from 2 1-2 ft (91 cm) to about 127 ft (39 m). hunt--and find a big one!
First, we'll find out everything we can about dinosaurs <onlyinclude> This list of dinosaurs is a comprehensive listing of all genera that have ever been included in the superorder Dinosauria, excluding class Aves (birds, both living and those known only from fossils) and purely vernacular terms. . They lived all over the world, including the United States United States, officially United States of America, republic (2005 est. pop. 295,734,000), 3,539,227 sq mi (9,166,598 sq km), North America. The United States is the world's third largest country in population and the fourth largest country in area. , hundreds of millions of years ago. So the older they are, the deeper we'll have to dig.
Things to take:
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see periocular leukotrichia. Drills, chisels, hammers, brushes Cameras Notebook Pens Change of clothes Plenty of food and water!
AT THE DIG SITE
First things First Things is a monthly ecumenical journal concerned with the creation of a "religiously informed public philosophy for the ordering of society" (First Things website). first: we "make" camp. This means setting up our tents, cots, and kitchen equipment. Then we do what Dr. Paul's team always does. We draw a picture and take photos of the site. This will help us record what we find and where we found it.
We'll check out quarries, cliffs, and deserts. Keep your eyes peeled for fossils! I will, too.
Hey, what's that over there? I think we found something. Maybe it's a dinosaur bone or a dinosaur tooth. Whichever it is, it can tell us about the history of Earth. Big or small, fossils have a lot to say.