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Paleontology in the 21st Century
Summary of a 1997 meeting which outlined the current state of paleontology, and the areas which the science will encompass in the future.
http://www.nhm.ac.uk/hosted_sites/paleonet/paleo21/rr/

Camouflage and Mimicry in Fossils
Article by Petr Kacha and Vaclav Petr discussing this subject in depth.
http://www.mprinstitute.org/vaclav/Camouflage.htm

Fossil Science
Provides articles summarising research findings in archaeology, anthropology and paleontology, written for a general audience.
http://www.fossilscience.com/

Ice Age Paleontology of Southeast Alaska
Information on research being undertaken by Timothy H. Heaton of the University of South Dakota.
http://apps.usd.edu/esci/alaska/

Palaeos
Provides information about the diversity of organisms on Earth and their phylogeny, and the geological timescale in which each group lived.
http://www.palaeos.com/

Paleozoic.org
Information about fossils, book reviews, photographic images, and Paleolist, a free email-based discussion list.
http://www.paleozoic.org/

The Fossil Gallery
Interactive tour through the collections of the Paleontological Museum at the University of Oslo, Norway. Includes areas for plants, mammals, man, dinosaurs, fish, invertebrates, and background information.
http://www.nhm.uio.no/besokende/faste-utstillinger/fossiler/galleri/index_e.html

The Paleontology Portal
Shows photos of fossils of different types. Browse by location, time period or type.
http://www.paleoportal.org/

ePalaeontology
A web portal offering information primarily of use to professional paleontologists, including links to news, articles, job openings and field class opportunities.
http://www.epalaeontology.org/