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Dinosaur Eggs     View
"Catch the excitement of fossil researchers as they 'hatch' fossilized dinosaur eggs and reveal the embryos inside. Tour our museum of hatchlings."
http://www.nationalgeographic.com/features/96/dinoeggs/

The Accidental Scientist: Science of Cooking: Eggs     View
Learn about the science behind the egg industry and cooking of eggs. The site features a tour of an organic egg farm, a description the scientific processes at work when you cook with eggs, egg recipes (deviled eggs, Hollandaise sauce, flan, and an e ...
http://www.exploratorium.edu/cooking/eggs/

DinoData     View
A searchable database of 6,000 pages of scholarly information about dinosaurs, including their names and scientific classification, fossil sites, timelines and maps, names of paleontologists who have described and named dinosaurs, and pictures of din ...
http://www.dinodata.org/

LearnPysanky.com     View
This site offers basic instruction in how to make Ukrainian Easter eggs (pysanky). The site includes free designs and step-by-step diagrams, suggested supply sources and reading, a list of workshops by area, the meanings of symbols used in designs, U ...
http://www.learnpysanky.com/

Fabergé Eggs: Mementos of a Doomed Dynasty     View
Devoted to the imperial Easter eggs of Peter Carl Fabergé. Contains historical background and images of the eggs, including information on Czar Alexander III and Czarina Maria Federovna, Czar Nicholas and Czarina Alexandra Federovna, the Romanov ...
http://www.pbs.org/treasuresoftheworld/a_nav/faberge_nav/main_fabfrm.html

Eggcyclopedia     View
"Within this volume are facts and figures, definitions and diagrams, graphs ... related to various aspects of the egg. From air cell to yolk with such diverse topics as games and mythology, cooking tips and nutrient content tucked in between, th ...
http://www.aeb.org/LearnMore/Eggcyclopedia.htm

Egg Lessons     View
This site has instructions, examples, and resources for eggshell sculpture and carving. There are safety tips (egg dust may be hazardous to health); lists of suppliers of tools and of ostrich, emu, duck, and other eggs used by "eggers"; and ...
http://members.tripod.com/%7ELuJS/EggLessons-INDEX.HTML

FamilyFun: Egg-cellent Easter     View
Collection of Easter craft and recipe ideas for children and their families. Includes instructions for baskets, table decorations, bunny-based projects, and cards; numerous egg decorating ideas; and recipes for eggs, brunch and dinner fare, and cakes ...
http://familyfun.go.com/easter/

How Easter Works     View
Explains "the origin and significance of the Easter holiday and of many of the traditions associated with it." Includes information about religious observations, such as Lent and Shrove Tuesday, and cultural customs, such as the Easter Bunn ...
http://people.howstuffworks.com/easter.htm

Lasalocid in Eggs: Your Questions Answered     View
Questions and answers about lasalocid, "a feed additive that is used to prevent and treat a parasitic disease in chickens" in the United Kingdom and Europe. Features a discussion of the occurrence of lasalocid residues in eggs and the Briti ...
http://www.food.gov.uk/multimedia/faq/lascaloidfaq/

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