Most dinosaurs were herbivores
Camarasaurus dinosaurs were sauropods. Like all sauropods, they were herbivores.
not all dinosaurs were carnivoresSome Dinosaurs were carnivors, but most were herbivores or omnivores.
Herbivores. The brontosaurus and brachiasaurus were herbivores.
Most dinosaurs were herbivores. There was a wide variety or carnivorous dinosaurs, though, and all herbivorous dinosaurs evolved from the earliest carnivorous dinosaurs. Birds are descendants of carnivorous dinosaurs.
Herbivores eat plants.
No. Most dinosaurs were either herbivores or carnivores.
Many types of dinosaurs were herbivores, such as Hadrosaurus, Titanosaurus, Stegosaurus and many other types of dinosaurs. Herbivorous dinosaurs were feeding on plants and they were generally bigger in size than meat eating dinosaurs.
There weren't. Some dinosaurs were omnivores.
Some types of theropods were herbivores, such as therizinosaurs. Sauropods were herbivores. All dinosaurs belonging to the group Ornithischia (bird-hipped dinosaurs) were plant eaters. These include hadrosaurs, iguanodonts, stegosaurs, ankylosaurs, ceratopsians, and pachycephalosaurs.
The triceratops did not eat dinosaurs triceratops are herbivores, Herbivores are plant eater's. the thing triceratops did eat was alot of leaves and plants.
dinosaur herbivores are the dinosaurs who don't eat meat, but eat plants
No. Some, most dinosaurs were herbivores. Only the theropods were carnivores.
Only theropod dinosaurs were carnivores. Most dinosaurs were herbivores. In a word, false.
The most dinosaurs were herbivores. Carnivorous dinosaurs were far more common than omnivores, however.
Carnivores. The ones who eat plants are called herbivores.
Basically, at the time of the dinosaurs, there were carnivores (meat eaters) and herbivores (plant eaters).
Euopocephalus are herbivores.
carnivores and herbivores
herbivores did not eat meat.
Most dinosaurs were herbivores. The main groups of herbivorous dinosaurs are hadrosaurs, sauropods, ceratopsians, stegosaurs, ankylosaurs, and pachycephalosaurs.
The majority of dinosaurs were herbivores - they ate of the grasses, ferns and plants around them. Carnivorous dinosaurs ate herbivores - and possibly small proto-mammals and perhaps birds. Some of the carnivores were likely carrion eaters. Some dinosaurs specialized in eating other dinosaurs eggs.