Since 250 million yrs ago up until 65 million yrs. There were life forms much in advance but they were not dinosaurs. They were through a timeline called "Early life". The creatures were reptiles, bugs, fish, shell fish, etc. Later on after the cretaceous period (65 million) years ago dinosaur fossil dating never went past. It was as if they all just misplaced off the face of the planet.back to top
Actually it a beautiful simple concept called evolution. During millions of years creatures started to grow and become more and more adjusted to different area's of the world. With this they went through main changes. I recognize this is pretty hard to believe but things do evolve over a very long period of time. Its very hard to track but theres an even outline in humans where we have evolved a little bit from 100yrs ago. Theoretically humans are averaging shorter than 100yrs ago.back to top
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Their be herbivores and Carnivores. Herbivores ate flora, leaves, vegetables, nuts, etc. The carnivores sought after and ate other dinosaurs and animals.back to top
Even though it would be as chilly as ever 99% of the world is sure that they are wiped out. There is a report that deep in a Africa jungle there is a few lurking around, but that has about as much proof as big foot (none). Clearly a satellite wouldve captured this.back to top
No, there was fish, ancient tigers, mammals, sharks, and insects. A bunch of strange looking fossils of life forms have been found. I was really captivated of the prehistoric dragonfly.back to top
The bible says yes, but scientists contain never found Homo sapiens human relatives only as early as the Ice Age which was 1.75 years ago. Dinosaurs were long gone leaving a gap of on 64 million years.back to top
Some where found in Canada, US, UK, China, France, etc. Not only that however some in the ocean an others in the desert. They were spread along the planet.
No, species here and there became wiped out between timeline Era's. They were not all bunched collectively. The dinosaurs of the triassic period where a lot smaller and probably evolved or died off by the time of the cretaceous era.back to top
Generally they are named by a certain unique feature of their fossils and they are all named in Greek.back to top
The largest known dinosaur is the Bruhathkayosaurus. It was 40 feet big. The smallest was the compsognathus and it was close to the size of a chicken.back to top
Over 800 established and over 2000 un-confirmed. The distinction between the two is that confirmed means that there were full body fossils found and un-confirmed means that only fractional body parts were found.back to top
There isn't any evidence to help scientists to know for sure. It's a debate and one would say that they were warm blooded because some of them moved very fast and cold blooded life forms have problems with controlling their temperature. A great thing like a dinosaur could never make it being cold blooded..
ornithomimids are thought to be the best because their bodies were built just like the common ostridge.back to top
Certain dinosaurs like the Liliensternus had crests on their head with concave air channels. Because ever dinosaur had a single sized and shaped crest it was obvious that all of these dinosaurs had a unique sound.back to top
I hesitation they felt the actual concept of love. The Parasaurolophus was a group dinosaur which had cranial crest which looked like a long curved tube prognostic upwards and back from the skull. It also had hollow chambers that did tie near where the voice chamber would've been which means they did use unique sounds as no tube fossil of this dinosaur has ever been the same. I think it's perhaps a matter of attraction and not love, though. Kind of like the Buffalo or something in groups we see today. They did have preferences but possibly not love.
The honest truth is the life form that is the smartest is always the victorious in building up their stronghold to the existence of their species. Dinosaurs are established to be not as efficient thinkers than humans. Not even close and one of the smartest dinosaurs was the Nigersaurus and actually it's a belief by some that this dinosaur could've created the first chain to their extinction. In spite of of the fact that they are stronger and higher on the food chain it's not possible. Think of it this way...We have Bears in the forests of Canada and US. They are much privileged on the food chain.back to top
Yes, some dinosaur fossils were initiate in huge herds while others were always alone so the chances are great that they were social.back to top
The truth is dinosaurs are more normally believed to be avian than reptilian. There are many reptiles today that do not have the feature you are talking about. Such as alligators which do not have pronged tongues either and they don't look more like mammals. The feature you're possibly thinking of is the position of the legs, as they hang relatively straight down from the hips, and that is more in line with both birds and mammals than with other reptiles. That similarity with mammals is merely surface.back to top
The difference from fossils is the design of their hips, reptiles have a more splayed out design, with their legs branching out from their sides like reptiles today, think crocodilians and lizards. Dinosaurs had their legs beneath them, more like birds. It is also being recommended that dinosaurs were warm blooded, just as birds are today. The way dinosaurs "look" is basically a matter of speculation, as we cannot know coloration etc. for sure. There have been some fossilized skin patterns preserved, and it seems somewhat reptile like, but there have also been dinosaur fossil's found showing primitive feathers.back to top
The Carnegie museum of Natural History in Pittsburgh, PA and the Dinosaur Walk Museum in Pigeon Forge and TN has some of the major collections of dinosaurs in the world.back to top
The asteroid is 6 miles in diameter. The earnest parts of the ocean are only about 7 miles deep - but on average its only 3 - 5 miles, so a 6 mile asteroid could touch the OCEAN floor and still be sticking up miles in the air . Scientists consider that its not the impact that caused the extinction. It was the after effects. The crash would kicks up billions of tons of dust into the atmosphere, blocking out the sun causing a major climate change. Tornados, hurricanes, and volcanos would explode like crazy. Many animals, mostly bigger ones will migrate to a better area which would wreck the balance of the region. Because the atmosphere changing they could've died from a illness as well.back to top
A little species of dinosaurs could have evolved into today's modern birds, because some dinosaurs did have much in common, however it is inconclusive because there is no evidence of birds actually being ancestors of dinosaurs.back to top