Preparing Fact Sheets about Dinosaurs

With the end of the autumn term nearly upon us, it is time for Everything Dinosaur team members to undertake a review of all the fact sheets on dinosaurs and other prehistoric animals that the company sends out to schools, home educators, museum staff and young dinosaur fans.  For the vast majority of the prehistoric animal models that the UK-based company sells, a fact sheet about that creature is commissioned.  Having a fact sheet about a dinosaur for example, is our way of helping to educate and inform people about life in the past.

Prehistoric Animal Fact Sheets from Everything Dinosaur

Dinosaur and prehistoric animal fact sheets.

Preparing fact sheets about prehistoric animals.

Picture Credit: Everything Dinosaur

Helping to Educate and Inform

Everything Dinosaur’s fact sheets and other teaching resources are available free on request.  Team members are happy to email them out to schools, other institutions and interested parties.  Simply, drop us an email stating what you would like and our dedicated staff will do all they can to assist you and supply your needs.

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An A-Z of Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Animals

From Acheroraptor to Zuniceratops, Everything Dinosaur has hundreds of prehistoric animal data sheets.  Each one has a scale drawing which shows the estimated size of the animal.  More fact sheets are added each year, the company has plans to commission another thirty in 2019.  Researching, writing and producing these fact sheets is quite an undertaking, fortunately, team members can call upon the expertise of their palaeontologist chums to assist them in their compilation.

All the Fact Sheets Contain Scale Drawings

Dinosaur scale drawing.

A scale drawing of Brontosaurus, prepared for an Everything Dinosaur fact sheet.

Picture Credit: Everything Dinosaur

A spokesperson from Everything Dinosaur commented:

“At the moment, team members are busy compiling prehistoric animal fact sheets to help support the work of schools, home educators and other institutions.  It’s our way of helping to educate and inform people about life in the past.”

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