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Do dinosaur exist?

Do dinosaur exist?

Dinosaurs went extinct about 65 million years ago (at the end of the Cretaceous Period), after living on Earth for about 165 million years.

When did dinosaurs first appear?

252 to 201 million years ago
Triassic Period (252 to 201 million years ago) Unlike today, there were no polar ice caps. It was in this environment that the reptiles known as dinosaurs first evolved.

How many different dinosaurs?

Tyrannosa… rexSpinosaurusVelociraptorBrachiosa…BirdsBrontosaur…
Dinosaur/Lower classifications

Are all dinosaurs the same species?

Using fossil evidence, paleontologists have identified over 900 distinct genera and more than 1,000 different species of non-avian dinosaurs. Dinosaurs are represented on every continent by both extant species (birds) and fossil remains.

What is a life-history omnivore?

“Life-history omnivores” is a specialized classification given to organisms that change their eating habits during their life cycle. Some species, such as grazing waterfowl like geese, are known to eat mainly animal tissue at one stage of their lives, but plant matter at another.

When did the show dinosaurs start and end?

Dinosaurs (TV series) From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Dinosaurs is an American family sitcom television series that aired on ABC from April 26, 1991, through October 19, 1994, and reruns were shown on Disney Channel.

Are there omnivorous dinosaurs for kids?

While, in most cases, kids tend to gravitate towards the carnivores like the ever-famous tyrannosaurus rex and velociraptors or the herbivores like the semi-aquatic brachiosaurs and majestic brontosaurus that dwarf fellow dinos around them, very few recognize the omnivorous titans that walked the earth with the more prominent and beloved species.

What is an omnivore diet?

In the fields of nutrition, sociology and psychology the term “omnivore” is often used to distinguish prototypical highly diverse human diet patterns from restricted diet patterns that exclude major categories of food.