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North America

North America has some of the best dinosaur museums on Earth, some would say the best.  These museums reflect the rich dinosaur heritage of the USA and to a lesser extent Canada, where most of the iconic dinosaurs which we love so dearly were collected and put on display.  For more information on US and Canadian museums, click here

 

South America

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Europe

The first dinosaurs ever officially described came from Europe and it is here that that are mounted and displayed for viewing by the general public.  The Europeans know their business and they have some of the finest museums on Earth, full of amazing specimens.  From the first dinosaurs ever found to the single largest mounted dinosaur skeleton ever put on display, these are to be found in our European exhibits.  For more information, click here.

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Africa

Africa has produced some of the most famous dinosaur fossils ever found, and is also the home to the best preserved remains of mammal-like reptiles which ruled the Earth before the dinosaurs arrived.  The bone beds of Tendaguru, the finding of Spinosaurus, and the recently discovered Bentiaba bone beds makes Africa the next place to watch.  Find out more on African museums by clicking here.

 

Australia

 

Asia

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