All dinosaur bones on one map
The map is made on the basis of data from the Paleobiology Database. You can find her,following the following link.To search on the map, you can choose different geological epochs, geological layers, where organisms were found, or one or another family of animals.
By default, all the continents on the map are shown as they exist now, but if you select a different geological epoch, they will be reconstructed, and you can immediately see how much tectonic plates have moved over millions of years.
If you are not looking for some special creation, then you can just click at random and see what happens. You can enlarge any country in the world and see what fossils you find there, and at the same time find out which animals roamed in your area millions of years ago.