Troop On-line Activity #45 - Tracking Dinosaurs Basic
1st Kanata Scout Group - Beaverbrook Troop
To get credit (points) for correct answers 1st Kanata Scout must provide their first and last name. Thanks.
Joke
Ariel: My friend David lost his ID.
Bill: What happened?
Ariel: Now we just call him Dave.
Saying (to think about)
Nothing is forever. Everything goes to 0 eventually.
Dinosaur Track Identification Guide
There are lot of dinosaur track identification guides available online. An example is below. Take a look at it and answer the questions. There are a few images included with the questions, just for fun.
1. Check the box next to the name of the dinosaur the guide says made this track.
1 point
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2. Check the box next to the name of the dinosaur the guide says made this track.
1 point
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Just for fun, no question.
3. Check the box next to the name of the dinosaur the guide says made this track.
1 point
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4. Check the box next to the name of the dinosaur the guide says made this track.
1 point
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Just fun, no question.
5. Check the box next to the name of the dinosaur the guide says made this track.
1 point
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Guides like the one in this activity are fun and you will learn something but the link they make between a specific dinosaur species and a track made by that dinosaur are a bit of a guess. No one has ever seen a dinosaur in real life making tracks and connecting dinosaur fossils and preserved tracks is tricky.
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