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The Paleobiology Database

Guided by the mission of "revealing the history of life," The Paleobiology Database welcomes researchers, educators, and developers to explore a "public database of paleontological data that anyone can use." Supported by the National Science Foundation and "maintained by an international non-governmental group of paleontologists," the site offers a wealth of information waiting to be discovered....

https://paleobiodb.org/#/
Dr. Neurosaurus

Professor and paleontologist Maria Eugenia Leone Gold started the blog Dr. Neurosaurus to "take paleontology news and break it down so that kids can easily understand." Blog posts are available in English and Spanish, and readers can sort through posts in a variety of ways: by selecting a language preference, selecting an archive date (which includes posts from February 2016 to present), using the...

http://www.drneurosaurus.com
Paleobiology

Published quarterly by Cambridge University Press, Paleobiology features "original content of any length…dealing with any aspect of biological paleontology." Under the Open Access tab readers will find the journal's collection of open-access articles that can be filtered by date of publication. As of this write-up the Paleobiology is on its 46th edition and features 34 open-access articles. Each...

https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/paleobiology
The UMORF 3D Interface

While online collections make exhibitions accessible by allowing users to view their contents remotely, these exhibitions are often restricted to the confines of a two-dimensional image. The UMORF 3D Interface (a project of the University of Michigan's Museum of Paleontology) takes the user experience one step further by employing 3D viewer technology to bring fossils to life. The site includes...

https://umorf.ummp.lsa.umich.edu/wp/about/model-viewer/
Tetrapod Zoology

Tetrapod Zoology is part podcast, part blog. The platform is "devoted to discussion, research, discovery, and speculation," about all things tetrapod ("amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals, and all of their extinct relatives."). Zoologist Darren Naish and Paleontological Artist John Conway co-host the podcast, which has more than 70 episodes as of this write-up. Listeners may be drawn to the...

http://tetzoo.com