cuz they were in the dinosaur age and tall herbivores had to eat them
No, they were herbivores because they ate flowers, leaves, grass, ancient ferns, and melon blocks.
Stegosauruses were herbivores, and therefore ate plants such as mosses, ferns, horsetails, cycads and conifers or fruits.
protoceratops are herbivores so they eat plants,like leaves shrubs ferns & other plants close enough to the ground for them to eat.
Some species of ferns are ladder ferns,bird's nest ferns and royal ferns.
There are 20,000 species of ferns. Ferns are vascular.
Iguanodon were herbivores, so they did not have prey. They would have eaten contemporary plants, such as conifers and ferns. Iguanodon, however, could have been prey to large theropods such as Neovenator.
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Animals use nonvascular plants for one main purpose. This purpose is food. Many herbivores feed on moss and ferns, which are non vascular plants.
Ferns are seedless vascular plants.
no, ferns have rhizomes
yes, ferns have roots.
No, "ferns" is a plural noun.
Ferns belong to pteridophytes
Yes they are along with sword ferns and licorice ferns
Some dinosaurs were herbivores, and ate plants such as conifers, cycads, ferns, and others. Other dinosaurs were carnivores, and ate insects, small animals, herbivorous dinosaurs, or fish.
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.
No, Ferns are Vascular Plants.
No, ferns DO NOT produce seeds.
Yes, ferns are vascular plants.
ferns do have vascular tissue
Pteridology - study ferns and its relatives
Ferns are plants, they lack motion.
Ferns do; fungi don't.