Vertebrate paleontology is the study of ancient animals with backbones: fish, amphibians, reptiles, mammals, birds.
Images and information about dinosaur genera as well as some non-dinosaur vertebrate taxa.
Exhibit from the Australian Museum covering Australia's fossil history from 110 million years ago.
Provides information on the pleurosaurs and the Tuatara, the only species of sphenodontid alive today and little changed in appearance from the sphenodontids living 150 million years ago.
Provides information on the collection of over 70,000 Pleistocene fossils at the Centennial Museum, primarily from New Mexican cave faunas, with a checklist of Late Pleistocene fossil taxa from the El Paso region.
Diagram showing extinctions and diversifications of major groups of amniotes over time.
Microvertebrate page from the University of Alberta.
The study of brain casts of extinct vertebrates.
Dinosaur and fossil news and features including interviews with paleontologists and interactive science modules.
The great archosaur lineage includes crocodiles, dinosaurs, pterosaurs and many other diapsids. Information on their fossil record, life history, ecology, systematics and morphology.
A large, but by no means complete, list of transitional fossils that are known.
Provides a discussion on the explanation for the gaps that exist in the fossil record between different groups of vertebrates.
Article on turtles which were the most abundant and diverse reptiles in Paleocene faunas with about 50 genera known from Paleocene sediments.
The Carnegie Museum of Natural History presents current research and news on this topic..
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