The Courtenay and District Museum, which is physically located in British Columbia, Canada offers plenty of great online resources for paleontology enthusiasts around the world. The museum is a highly regarded and frequently visited hub for fossil sites and exhibitions; the Fossil and Dinosaurs section of their website replicates many of these great resources. Users new to paleontology study will want to begin with the Introduction to Paleontology sub-section, which discusses some basic terminology and taxonomy. The Our Marine Fossil Videos and Fossil Castings sub-sections provide exciting virtual demonstrations of fossil identifications. Plus, the Fun for Kids tab contains a selection of games and puzzles for young people seeking a hands-on way to learn about paleontology (and even a quiz to test their knowledge after). The Courtenay and District Museum has been a staple for studying "fossils, geology, First Nations history, [and] pioneer settlement history," among other topics, since it was established in 1961.