According to the International Commission on Stratgraphy, the
Jurassic period lasted from 199.6 million to 145.5 million years
ago. It is the middle period of the Mesozoic ("middle life") Era.
This is the period when the dinosaurs were predominantly present on
the face of earth, various species of…
The Cretaceous was about 145 million to 66 million years ago.
The Cretaceous gets its name from the latin word for chalk, creta,
because it includes the layers of this distinctive pure white
limestone. It is the last period of the Mesozoic ("middle life")
The Mesozoic Era is the second era in the Phanerozoic Eon, and is one of three, the two other eras being the Paleozoic (which came before) and the Cenozoic (which came after). This is why it is called the Mesozoic, which is Greek for "middle life." The Mesozoic lasted from approximately 250 to 65 m…
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Yes, actually many people conceive and end up miscarrying at the time their period was due, and they never even realized they were pregnant.
My father and mother are 67 and living in Brighton Park. My dad's father attended Kelly High School and worked for Campbell Soup Company.
I lived in Brighton Park with my parents and grandparents in the 70s, we moved to Texas and my grandparents moved to Naperville, I was visiting Chicago i…
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It extended from roughly 251 million years ago (MYA) to roughly 65 MYA. The Mesozoic followed the Paleozoic Era and preceded the Cenozoic Era.
The same geology that exists today existed in the Permian. Extrusive, igneous, and metamorphic rocks, volcanoes, tectonic plate movements, mountain creation, etc.
A current theory that is widely accepted and supported by a great deal of evidence is that organisms were significantly affected by the environmental effects of the Chicxulub meteor impact, leading to the disruption of the food chain and the extinction of nearly 60% of the existing species that exis…
the asteroids that are nearest to the sun is mostly made out of
carbon while the ones further away are made out of silicate rock
Just like with animals today, it is most likely that a lot of dinosaurs were nocturnal. Surely those living in deserts most likely were. During the night temperatures are not so extremely hot and is easier to hide or set an ambush for prey. By the way, dinosaurs were not reptiles, they were a group…
Arthur and Guinevere are dated to the 5th and 6th centuries in those texts which provide dates. The texts disagree on exactly when they flourished in this period.
The great White shark.Carcharodon carcharias)The great white shark can grow up to 7 metres and 2,240 kg, it becomes sexually mature around 15 years of age and is known to eat dolphins, porpoises and seals.
Jonkeria wasn't a dinosaur. It was a dinocephalian, and it definitely did not have a third eye.
They were called dragons or beasts.
Actually the word dinosaur means terrible lizard.
So that leads to the conclusion that we stll have dinosaurs today. (for example: Komoto Dragon)
No. The accepted scientific consensus is that the dinosaurs died out almost 65 million years before people appeared on earth. That means the dinosaurs were gone long before Noah would have loaded his ark. You can read many interesting facts about dinosaurs at the related link provided below. The p…
jurassic time yes i think that they can if they wanted to bring dinosaus back to life if they wanted to i also think that if scientists are so smart they would answered this question in a quick second.
No In order to extract DNA they would need actual genetic material. Fossilized remains are …
The dinosaurs came first. dinosaurs were alive billions of years ago and died about 65 million years ago. Whereas the earliest accounts of humans date back only a few million years.
A ceratopsian dinosaur is a frilled, horned, quadrupedal, herbivorous dinosaur with a beak. The most famous member of this group of dinosaurs is Triceratops.
Scientists have many theories about what caused the extinction of dinosaurs. Below are thoughts on some of the most common theories:Since about 90% of dinosaurs were herbivores (plant eaters), it was thought that when an asteroid hit earth and many tons of dust was thrown into the atmosphere that th…
First, you must define dumb. If you mean IQ, then yes, some dinosaurs were as dumb as birds and others were even dumber too.
What do you mean "as dumb as birds." Birds are SOOO smart. But other than that, you're pretty much right.
It is possible that many dinosaurs were able to swim. I´m sure the hadrosaurs (duck-billed dinosaurs) were capable of doing just that. However there weren't any that were built like seals or dolphins. Animals such as the icthyosaurs, plesiosaurs, and pliosaurs were all reptiles and not dinosaurs. L…
Dinosaurs weren't anything like humans, although they were all smart in there own way. The velocoraptor, probably one of the smartest, had the sharpest claw. It hunted in packs for better meat, was very fast, and might have been able to fly because they had feathers. The T rex, fights for food, repr…
Well, it depends how you look at it. Crabs are omnivores which means they eat meat and plants. So yes.
the mighty carnosaurs like the tyrant king tyranosaurus rex and herbivores battle
By comparing evidence from different sources. It appears that the fossil records of large dinosaurs come to an abrupt end at a certain identifiable point in pre-history. Separate trails of evidence demonstrate massive world-wide deposits of volcanic ash around the same time. It's not as i…
In prehistoric times Florida was underwater in the Siluarian Sea so you would find many sea creatures back then.
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The penguins diverged from other birds except possibly their closest sister group around 65 million years ago, during the Maastrichtian stage of the Cretaceous period. At this time, similar to today, they lived in Australia and Antarctica.The earliest fossil penguin, Waimanu, was a flightless bird s…
It wouldn't be any good. The meat eaters would eat humans in one bite. The plant eaters would be kicking people and killing them as well. So it's good there are no dinosaurs alive today. Although zoos might solve the problem with Jurassic Park.BUT humans wouldn't have even existed if dinosaurs were …
Life-forms in the Jurassic Period were flying reptiles, dinosaurs,
earwigs, conifers, redwood, cypress, yew, cycads, ginkgoes, and the
early mammalian dicynodonts.
This would cause *severe* changes in many cycles necessary for life.
Most reptiles with teeth are able to grow new ones once one was
broken. It is surmised that dinosaurs were able to perform this
Depends on the dinosaur. Some such as compsagnathus were only about the size of chicken and maybe weighing a little more that one to the enourmous seismosaurus or ultrasaurus both weighing from 130 tons to almost 150 tons!
It depends on what is meant by dinosaur. The islands of Hawaii are relatively new in geologic terms, about 30 million years for the oldest part of the chain while the age of the dinosaurs ended 65 million years ago. So while there may be fossilized remains they would not be of dinosaurs.
Yes, dinosaurs did exist, but they've been extinct 65 million years. Dinosaurs are a group of archosaurs that existed between 230 and 65 million years ago. Some people say yes, and some people say no, but according to the bones dug up, dinosaurs did indeed exist. There are some experts in paleontolo…
Dinosaurs evolved from archosaur reptiles in the Triassic Period which developed from a lizardlike form to small relatively swift bipeds which were the first dinosaurs.
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Much the same things that herbivorous animals eat today, with the exception of grass, which, while scientists now think it existed in dinosaur times, didn't become the extensive ground cover we know today until after they'd gone. The big sauropods browsed on coniferous trees like firs and pines, but…
Some dinosaurs were herbivores (eating only plants), others were carnivores (eating animals including other dinosaurs), and some were omnivores who ate both meat and plants (these were mostly scavengers). Different species of dinosaur ate many different things, depending on their size and adaptatio…
it is a metor rock that crushes into the earth kill the dinosaurs
In Arizona and New Mexico.
No one knows for sure. But here are some things that people think If you are christian/catholic- God wiped them out and then created Adam and eve. Other- A huge volcanic explosion or A giant crater hit the earth and wiped out the dinosaurs and a chemical reaction occured and life was formed. …
Dinosaurs evolved and then became extinct long before man walked
245 mya (million years ago) dinosaurs
208 mya birds evolved.
65 mya dinosaurs became extinct.
80 thousand years ago humans evolved on the
plains of Africa.
In terms of the world-structure while the dinosaurs were present, Dinosaurs were found on Pangaea, the giant continent that made up the entirety of the land during a good portion of the Mesozoic era. During the latter portion of the Mesozoic era, dinosaurs were found on both of the super continents,…
I don't believe Colorado has a state dinosaur. The State fossil however, is the Stegosaurus.
I just found a site that gleefully admits they have too much time on their hands, dinosaur.org , that agrees with him. Additionally, they report that the city of Fruita, Colorado has co-opted the Ceratosau…
Depends on what kind of dinosaur. The larger ones, such as the sauropods, may have been capable of living for two centuries. The smaller ones may have lived for 5-10 years.
This field in the research of dinosaurs is one still in its infancy, and its answers are still mainly conjecture among the ran…
Giganotosaurus carolinii, found in Patagonia, was the largest theropod found TO DATE. The largest specimen found was roughly 14.2 metres long, and weighed 7-8 tonnes (metric).
Although Spinosaurus aegypticus was longer (at between 15-18 metres long), it did not weigh as much as Giganotosaurus. Spin…
Dinosaurs (or the dinosauria) are a group of archosaurian reptiles
(Reptilia) that first appeared about 230 million years ago, during
the Triassic Period of the Mesozic era.
The word 'dinosaur' is derived from Greek, meaning 'Terrible (or
Fearfully-great) Lizard'. Contary to their name, dinosaurs …
Approximately 700 species have been named so far, although recent research suggests that half of these have not been sufficently differentiated from existing species. Recent studies have estimated that there are still 700-900 more genera to be discovered, and many more species in the existing 540 ge…
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Evolution. Perfectly acceptable belief for a Christian. The vast majority of Christians accept the theory of evolution and the idea of the development of species through natural selection and the survival of the fittest. Certain sects within Christianity, especially those who hold to the idea of B…
A megayear. Zekromrocks: A millennia is 1000 years isn't it?
Another answer from our community:
There are two sides to this issue, depending on one's view of the
historical timeline. For the sake of this answer, let's refer to
them as "young earth" vs. "old earth." In no way shall these
sections attempt to defend or discredit either position. The Young
It is possible. The water cycle is continuous, so we could be
drinking the same water that dinosaurs drank, Cleopatra bathed in
or a mouse drowned in. Luckily, water is naturally filtered while
making its way back into the water table. Most water molecules are
never destroyed, but continually go thr…
FOUR men were on Noah's ark; Noah and his three sons and their wives(Genesis 7:13)
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The word 'creation' means 'to bring in to existence' or 'to come in to being'. Life cannot exist without a medium, and the earth has not always existed. Therefore, regardless of your religious views, the creation of the earth must have occured before dinosaurs evolved or were created, excepting tho…
Dinosaurs were not mentioned in the bible, contrary to popular Christian mythology. When Christians mistakenly refer to the book of Job, he speaks of a "behemoth" which is mentioned to eat grass like an ox. There are plenty of meat-eating dinosaurs. Those who mention a "dragon" in the book of reve…
A genus of titanosaurian sauropod, Quaesitosaurus roamed the Earth
from 85 to 70 million years ago. As there were no humans on the
Earth at that time, no one knows what the color of their skin was.
No. If they were in the Bible, Adam would have named them all, like how he named the animals foxes, birds, donkeys, cows, bats, hare, etc. The authors of the Bible were still ignorant of dinosaurs. Answer:Yes. In Job 40:15-24, a creature called the Behemoth is described as having a tail like a cedar…
Yes, dinosaurs do have ears, but unlike ours they are not external.
If you mean ears like a humans or other mammals then no dinosaurs
did not have "ears" they instead had holes in the sides of their
heads, these are known as internal ears whereas humans and mammals
ears are external ears.
God formed Man out of dirt from the ground and blew into his nostrils the breath of life. The Man came alive,a living soul! Gen. 2:7 Read more about this in the bible! To find more about your question read: Genesis 1-2
A Raptor is a bird of prey which includes hawks, eagles, ospreys,
owls, and falcons.
Originally a raptor is a dinosaur, it could run extremely fast, it
was about 6 to 7 feet tall, had one claw on each foot, walked on 2
legs, and was extremely dangerous. But they died out and evolved
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Dinosaurs did not roam the Earth in a "century" but from from roughly 250 million (Triassic Period) to 50 million (Cenozoic Era) years ago.
A meteor hitting the Yucatan peninsula, about 60-70 million years ago, is theorized to have caused such global destruction immediately, and changed the climate…
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Dinosaurs became extinct sixty-five million (65,000,000) years before there was anything remotely resembling a human on the plains of Africa.Not all dinosaurs became extinct 65 million years ago. Some lines continued into semi-modern times and were scouted as the Anakims in the time of Joshua. So me…
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The Ice-Age was after dinsaurs became extinct.
The Ice Age was after the dinosaurs became extinct
Actually scientests know that there were infact many ice ages so some probebly happened before and during the dinosaur age as well as after.
1- spinosaurus2- gigatosaurus3- t-rex4 charcarodontausaur5- maybe allosaur deinosuchus or sargausaurus
ANSWER:Scientists believe that an asteroid six to 12 miles in diameter hit an area in Chicxulub, Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico approximately 64.98 million years ago. This asteroid impact threw up billions of tons of dust into the atmosphere and blocked out the sunlight for almost half of a year, droppin…
Non-avian dinosaurs went extinct 65.5 years ago. However, most paleontologists not classify birds as dinosaurs. So, in a sense they never truly died out.
Non-avian dinosaurs existed from around 230 million years ago in the Triassic period until the end of the Cretaceous period, 65 million years ago. The cause of their extinction is most likely an asteroid impact coupled with environmental change.
Dr/ John C. Whitcomb, a brilliant theologian, formerly a paleontologist and curator of a museum, had coauthored The Genesis Flood with the founder of the Institute for Creation Research, Dr. Henry M. Morris. While Dr. Whitcomb had been a devoted evolutionist, he was questioned by a friend as to the …
Dinosaurs existed during the Mesozoic era, from about 230 to about 65.5 million years ago (Late Triassic to Late Cretaceous). Their descendant taxon Aves (the birds) persists to this day, however.
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A dinosaur beetle is called a Sail-back Dinosaur Bug and it is one
of the largest terrestrial true bugs in North America. It can grow
up to 1.5 inches long.
Easy, the Mesazoic (MEZ-a-ZOH-ik) Era!
millions of years ago
There has been research done that indicates that birds have evolved from dinosaurs. and mounting evidence shows that theropod dinosaurs are the ancestors of birds. Evidence includes countless skeletal similarities and evidence of feathers in many fossils. Feathers were thought to originally develope…
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The largest extinction of animals commonly called dinosaurs was around 65 million years ago, in a time period known as the Cretaceous-Tertiary extinction event, which lasted somewhere from several to several thousand years (evidence is not determinate on the exact length of the event for several rea…
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An extinction event which may have been caused by an impact event, volcanism, disease, or a combination of any or all of them.
Depending on the species, dinosaurs were around anytime between about 230 million years go to about 65 million years ago. However, if birds are included as dinosaurs, as they are by most paleontologists, then dinosaurs are still around to this day. A young earth Creationist would say that dinosaurs…
They evolved in the Triassic and mainly spreadout to dominate the Erath in the Jurassic most people will say this is the golden age of the dinosaurs, however I'd say the early-mid creataceous is, it's when all the weird species came
Megalosaurus fossils were first uncovered in 1819, but not
described in a scientific paper (not published) until 1824.
To be sure, fossils had been uncovered centuries earlier, but these
were variously described as the remains of dragons or other
mythical beasts, and likely ended up destroyed to p…
The dinosaurs died probably 65 million years ago. There are many different suggestions as to why they died out. Most scientists think that a massive change in the atmospheric system including a cloud of dust probably created by a volcanic eruption, and that was probably created by a 5 mile long aste…
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Yes, there are dinosaurs alive today and dinosaurs are not considered extinct. There was a mass extinction event about 65 million years ago, which killed off most dinosaur groups, such as the hadrosaurs, stegosaurs, allosaurs, tyrannosaurs, ceratopsians etc. So there are no dinosaurs alive today t…
How are you so certain that they were cold-blooded (ectothermic)? In reality that was nothing more than an asumption made by early scientists when they at first noticed their resemblance to reptiles. It is true that dinosaurs evolved from reptiles but so did mammals! It is quite possible that dinosa…
Around 65 million years ago.