The dinosaurs in general haven't all died out. The genus of dinosaur "Aves" is still in existence. since birds are the descendants of dinosaurs. but most dinosaurs died out 65.5 million years ago at the KT boundary which is when the last major mass extinction occurred.
The dinosaurs died out 65.5 million years ago. That was the end of the Mesozoic era.
The dinosaurs evolved at the beginning of the Mesozoic. All non avian dinosaurs died out 65.5. million years ago at the end of the Mesozoic. However, birds, which are a group of dinosaurs, are still alive and well.
No. The dinosaurs rose in the Mesozoic era. The end of the Mesozoic era was also the end of the dinosaurs. The era following is the Cenozoic, which we are still in today.
The dinosaurs died 65 million years ago, in the cretaceous period ,during the mesozoic era.
After the dinosaurs died out came the era of mammals.
All of the non avian dinosaurs lived during the Mesozoic era. The last non avian dinosaurs died out at the very end of the Mesozoic, 65.5 million years ago. However, birds, a group of dinosaurs, survived up until today, and are still going strong.
There was one land mass and then over the next 110 million years it separated. In the beginning there were dinosaurs and at the end all of the dinosaurs died out. kidgkgh
The fossil records for dinosaurs end during the late Cretaceous period. This means that their numbers dwindled so low as to not leave fossil evidence. Their true extinction most like followed quickly. This is picky, I admit, but since you asked what ERA ended the dinosaurs, I suppose you should have the answer. They died out at the end of the Mesozoic Era (which was, as noted above, also the end of the Cretaceous Period). However, many scientists no classify birds as dinosaurs, in which case they never fully became extinct.
Dinosaurs died out 65.5 million years ago. This was at the end of the Cretaceous period and the end of the Mesozoic era. In fact, this mass extinction is what constitutes the ending boundary of the Mesozoic era.
The first dinosaurs evolved in the Mesozoic. At the end of the Mesozoic, all non avian dinosaurs became extinct. Therefor, all non avian dinosaurs, and some avian dinosaurs (birds), lived in the Mesozoic.
Dinosaurs did not appear until 40 million year after the end of the Carboniferous era when almost all of our coal resources were created. I find nothing of any significant economic value that formed in the era of the dinosaurs.
Dinosaurs existed from 230 to 65.5 million years ago. That was from the mid Triassic period to the end of the Cretaceous period. All three periods were in the Mesozoic era.
no dinosaurs died out before caveman came....
1) the continents started drifting 2) dinosaurs evolved at the beginning and died out at the end 3) small birds and mammals evolved but stayed small until the dinosaurs died out
The era where all the dinosaurs ruled the world
Dinosaurs appeared in the Triassic period and then died out in the Cretaceous
Yes. All dinosaurs apart from birds lived in the Mesozoic era. T. rex lived right at the end of it.
I think they became extinct at the end of the Mesozoic era
End of the Mesozoic era
The dinosaurs lived in the Mesozoic Era, which includes the Triassic, Jurassic, and Cretaceous periods. The first dinosaurs appeared in the late Triassic and went extinct at the end of the Cretaceous.
65 million years ago.
During the Mesozoic era, dinosaurs, pterosaurs, and large marine reptiles diversified. Early mammals evolved. Eventually, flowering plants evolved. At the end, dinosaurs died out, leaving mammals to fill the many empty niches.
Mesozoic era: Tyrannosaurus Rex lived.End of the Paleozoic era: The largest mass extinction happened.Paleozoic era: Life exploded for the first time.End of the Mesozoic era: The Chicxulub crater formed.Mesozoic era: The dinosaurs became common.End of the Paleozoic era: 95 percent of species died out.Paleozoic era: Land-based animals first became common.End of the Mesozoic era: Dinosaurs became suddenly extinct.A.PrecambrianWhen life first flourished on EarthB.MesozoicThe era before the current oneC.PaleozoicThe first eraD.CenozoicThe current era
All dinosaurs lived in the same era of COURSE! The mezoic era.
The Mesozoic Era was the era of the dinosaurs.