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Dinosaurs

 

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Dinosaurs

Some time between 208 and 245 million years ago, during the Triassic period of the Mesozoic era, a great change in the pattern of life occurred on the Earth.

A small reptile, superbly adapted for the arid conditions at the middle of the super-continent Pangea, became the basis for what was arguably the most successful type of animals this planet has witnessed so far.

Find out more about dinosaurs and how, after over 150 million years, they eventually succumbed to extinction; all that is save the one remaining example of this fascinating group of animals: the birds.

This presentation is ideal as a visual aid for delivery to a class using the latest technology of interactive white boards and projectors.

50.00

(Primary School Site license)

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Features

Min Specification

Some features of the Presentation

 
Interactive animated gallery of some well known dinosaurs -
Tyrannosaurus Rex, Triceratops - a walking Compsognathus! - plus others.

(This sample reduced in size and quality to speed up download)

 
Game - find the eggs. First find 5 eggs from around the presentation, then play the game to recover 10 eggs from around the nesting site.
 
What is a dinosaur? - Follow a structured description to find out what features and characteristics make dinosaurs different from other animals.
 
How big were the Dinosaurs? - scaled images of different dinosaurs alongside some modern animals, including a human.
 

What colour were the Dinosaurs?

some vivid images and descriptions.

 
What did the Dinosaurs eat? -  animations of T-Rex and Triceratops teeth to see the differences between herbivores and carnivores.
 
When did Dinosaurs live? - See the super continent Pangea turn into the modern continents. An animated timeline shows the different periods when the dinosaurs lived.
 
What happened to the Dinosaurs? - All we really know for sure is that they died out except for the birds, so some theories supported by animations and graphics.

 

Specification
PC running Microsoft Windows  2000, ME or XP operating System

Min 700MHz processor - 1GHz recommended

Min 64Mb Ram

Min 100Mb free disc space

Screen Resolution min 800 x 600

True Colour (32bit)

Graphics accelerator recommended