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Students will have the chance to see some strange and unusual dinosaurs they have never heard of when they can play with the cladogram. A cladogram is like a family tree. It's a way of organizing dinosaurs based on the unique characteristics they share, like a three-toed foot or a hole in the hip socket. In order to see the information the student will roll over a dinosaur's name to see its picture, click the dinosaur name and roll over a blue dot to discover how dinosaurs on a branch of this tree are related and what physical characteristics they share. Nineteen dinosaurs are featured.
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