A few years ago, there was a forum called Dinosaur Database (maybe some of you have heard of it), and it was to serve as a complete encyclopedia of dinosaurs, with some basic facts on each dinosaur species, but unfortunately the site died after a couple of years. A few of the original staff members, as well as some new staff members, decided to revive the site but with some differences and a twist. This time around, it won’t just be an encyclopedia of dinosaurs, but ALL prehistoric species, and each written profile will be part fact, and part imagination. What I mean by that is, we will include other "facts" such as what color they were, how many offspring they had, etc. It's going to be more like a field guide for these animals as if time travel existed, like a field guide you'd get for modern animals.
Besides the profiles however, we have a ton of other things for members to do and discuss, including forum games, RPs, prehistoric theory debates, a paleontological discussions section, dinosaur toy collecting (with a section dedicated to this, of course), and so on.
Eventually, members will be able to write their own profiles and submit them to the site. You can even submit your paleo-art of each species!
So what are you all waiting for?! Come on down to THE PALEO HANDBOOK!
Happy New Year, everyone!!! We have officially started The Paleo Handbook's first ever series of contests!! Do you have what it takes to write a profile for one of the most famous Prehistoric species of all time; Pteranodon longiceps? Would you rather draw it? Maybe even do both?! The choice is yours! We have some fantastic prizes up for grabs too, so get into the action now!