Whether you're an educator, or just have an interest in paleobiology as a hobby, this interactive fossil finding tool is incredible.
The web tool was developed by engineers from the US Department of Geoscience at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and it contains all the data found in the Paleobiology Database. You can filter finds by geologic time filters, or zoom into specific areas of the world to narrow down your search.
Everything from early plant life to dinosaurs to long-extinct mammals is represented. You can check it out yourself at the link below.
If you're interested in biology, or are just curious what humans have in common with a mushroom, or how a bacteria could possibly be related to dinosaurs, the NOVA Evolution Lab is a crash course. You'll learn how living things are related, what DNA is and how it works, and hear from biologists working in the field.