Dinosaurs evolved first and then some dinosaurs evolved into birds. So all birds are technically dinosaurs.
No. Dinosaurs evolved from reptiles. Birds evolved from dinosaurs.
Birds are thought to have evolved from bipedal dinosaurs.
Indirectly, yes. Reptiles evolved from amphibians, dinosaurs evolved from reptiles, and finally birds evolved from dinosaurs.
Birds evolved from a group of theropod dinosaurs in the Jurassic period.
no, but dinosaurs evolved into birds
they did evolved from reptiles and evolved into birds
There is evidence that birds evolved from theropod dinosaurs or possibly from the ancestor of theropod dinosaurs in the early Jurassic or late Triassic periods.
Both. If you think about it, birds evolved from dinosaurs, and some think birds are the only living dinosaurs left.
the pterodactyl evolved into the archeopteryx evolved eventually into modern birds
they didn't. they evolved into birds.
They evolved from dinosaurs.
Birds evolved from maniraptoran dinosaurs 160 million years ago. So birds descended from dinosaurs.
Birds. The reason is that both crocodiles and dinosaurs are archosaurs, and birds evolved from dinosaurs.
Birds evolved from small reptiles that lived during the age of dinosaurs, but not from the dinosaurs themselves.
No. It's the other way around. A branch of the dinosaurs evolved into birds.
Many people now acknowledge that birds are the descendents of dinosaurs.
Dinosaurs came before birds, because dinosaurs later on evolved into birds, therefore, making birds come along LATER then the dinosaurs. However dinosaurs were far from the first creatures on earth.
Yes. Some dinosaurs evolved into birds around the middle of the Jurassic Period. Birds then lived alongside the dinosaurs in the late Cretaceous period.
No they are still alive, they evolved into birds.
Yes, but not directly. Fish evolved into amphibians, which evolved into reptiles. A group of reptiles known as dinosaurs evolved into birds.
The dinosaurs have died out but birds may have evolved from them.
The earliest birds had wings; they evolved from feathered, winged dinosaurs. However, the ancestors of those winged dinosaurs did not have wings.
No modern reptiles are descended from dinosaurs. The only living descendants of dinosaurs are birds.
Birds appear to have evolved from a group of small, carnivorous dinosaurs. Evidence in recent years has shown that dinosaurs were more like birds than modern reptiles.