The Dinosaur Trail website is a visitor, expert and museum co-created website. Museum staff tag visitor & paleontology blogs, tweets and pictures so that they appear in context on this site.
For example, if you take a picture of your best Albertosaurus imitation and upload it to our Durham Dinosaur Sightings Flickr Group, you'll probably see it on the Albertosaurus page on our website. Or if a paleontologist blogs about something she's learned about the noise Parasaurolophus made, that'll probably appear on our Parasaurolophus page.
Visitor contributions are always in YELLOW and paleontologist contributions are always in ORANGE. If you've uploaded something about the Dinosaur Trail and want to make sure we see it, please use suggested tags and phrases in the cheat sheet below.
2.0 Cheat Sheet
- Twitter: Use hashtag #dinotrail or mention @lifeandscience.
- Flickr: Use tag ncmls and/or dinotrail or upload to the Dinos in Durham group.
- Blogging: Link to http://lifeandscience.org/dinosaurs or mention "Museum of Life and Science" in your blog.
- Contact us directly by filling out this form.