In Canada were do you find dinosaur bones?
In the BadLands near Drumheller, Alberta ,Canada , dinosaur bones can still be found. This is a world heritage site due to the fossils found in the area.
You can make a dinosaur project by going into your backyard and looking for dinosaur bones. When you find the dinosaur bones you can determine what kind of bones they are as a project.
The United States has more dinosaur bones than any other country in the world. However, Alberta, Canada is home to 37 kinds of dinosaur fossils, more different kinds than any place in the world.
You can of course find dinosaur bones in museums, but if your looking for dinosaur bones, you should look in the east coast of australia, there are some sights were you can find exactly where they are. =)
Finding Dinosaur Bones is very difficult.
Yes. On the bones of dinosaurs are small fragments of Dinosaur DNA.
Yes you can find it in that. John Jones
Archaeology is the profession/act of discovering historic artefacts, including dinosaur bones. Palaeontology is the specific archaeology of dinosaurs and study of dinosaurs.
They might be unearthed in almost any state, but Montana, Wyoming and Colorado have been particularly good states for finds of dinosaur bones.
they found the bones and fossils of the dinosaurs
Dinosaur Bones was created in 2008.
I think a dinosaur has 985 bones
On what peninsula where dinosaur bones discovered?
Dinosaur skeletons have been found all over the world. Mostly in places like North America though.
No, because dinosaur bones called fossils are the skeleton of a dinosaur. The skeleton is there because all dinosaurs are extinct.
When a dinosaur died, sometimes its bones became fossilized (turned into rock). We can find those fossilized bones today.
Although Drumheller Alberta is known for its dinosaur fields the largest find of dinosaur bones was not there Where did the National Geographic Society sponsored dig discover the fossil find?
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Dinosaur fossils exist in Canada because, during the time that dinosaurs lived, Canada had an environment that allowed for animals to frequently become fossilized. Today, many dinosaur species are known from Canada, and Canadian fossils have greatly contributed to the scientific understanding of dinosaurs.
Dinosaur bones are found in sedimentary rock.
In the graveyard that is in the desert near the dinosaur bones
depends on the dinosaur
A person that hunts dinosaur bones is called a paleontologist.
1. Jellyfish have no bones 2. Even if they did dinosaur have bigger bones 3. Jellyfish don't have BONES!
you have to find a good place maybe a place where there where dinosaurs then start digging deep and hope youll find something
A paleantologist is one who studies dinosaur bones and other fossils.
A person who works with and finds dinosaur bones professionally is called a Paleontologist.
No. Bones are solid.
that changes greatly depending on the strata of the particular areas that you are digging.
in the badlands, look at this site http://www.canadianbadlands.com/page.cfm?pageid=21
Yes bones are bones
because they need to walk and run and they need to eat so that they can hunt, haven't you seen dinosaur bones?:)
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Dinosaur bones have been found on all seven continents. There are a number of rock deposits dating to the Mesozoic era that contain fossils of dinosaurs and their contemporaries.
Paleantology is the study of bones, generally dinosaur bones.
bones it has 984 bones and about 1000 teeth
Dinosaur bones are bigger
The best place to find dinosaur fossils in the world is in the United States. Another place to find dinosaur fossils is in Alberta, Canada. The best place to look for fossils is somewhere where there aren't many plants/trees, like a desert.
You can find the youngest layer in the top layer because in the bottom layer, all you see is bones from the 200 B.C or from the dinosaur time.
You dig them up witha pick or shovel. You use a paintbrush to dust off dirt and you use explosives when dinosaur bones are very deep beneath the Earth.
No, it is not. A dinosaur is an extinct reptile, a noun, and is a noun adjunct when used with other nouns as in dinosaur bones or dinosaur droppings (coprolites).
Non-avian dinosaur bones (i.e. dinosaurs that are not birds) range from 230 million to 65.5 million years old.
Damage Control - 2005 Dinosaur Bones was released on: USA: May 2005
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All tails contain bones. Dinosaurs are no exception.
Dinosaur bones are rare because the outside of the bone is actually dissolved so when the bone was still there, the pores let in sedimentary rock which hardened and the bone dissolved. THe bone you see in museums are actually rocks in the form of the bone. Thats why dinosaur bones are extremely rare.
because have you seen any dinosaurs around? and go dig everywhere you will eventuly find dinosaur bones.
Scientists who study dinosaur bones are know as paleontologists. They also study other extinct animals such as shellfish,Bacteria,Amphibians,other Reptiles,birds,and Mammals.
They couldn't make it come alive, but if they had all the bones of that dinosaur then they would be able to make a structure of what that dinosaur looked like.
Earl Douglass discovered utah's first dinosaur