STL Science Center

STL Science Center

23 December 2018

Short on Facts

I always find it to be a little odd when there are few places to find facts on what should otherwise be a fairly well-known animal. Considering Temnodontosaurus' place in fossil finding history and its giant eyes, it ought to be a little bit more well-known online. However, aside from a few tribute videos and some animation tests, there are almost no videos online. There are also fewer fact pages than we would normally expect for such an important fossil animal. There is a short encyclopedia entry on KidzSearch (a site we have not used lately) and a very slightly longer entry on the Ancient Animals Wiki. A more informative source of information that includes a slightly more in depth article and a list of facts can be found on Prehistoric Wildlife, a site we have found useful to learn from for a long time around here.

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