Do dinosaurs still live under water?
Dinosaurs never lived underwater. There were marine reptiles that are sometimes inaccurately called dinosaurs; these include icthyosaurs, mosasaurs, plesiosaurs, and pliosaurs. All of these are extinct. There are a few marine reptiles alive today, though. These are sea turtles, sea snakes, and the semi-aquatic marine iguana.
Yes. If they didn't, then how did humans get here? If we evolved from apes, then why are there still apes? The point is we didn't. Evolution is not a fact. Scientists have no actual fact or proof that evolution is real. There are so many gaps in this theory. Think of it like a cow evolving into a whale. How can the cow get into the water and live to evolve. The point is…
All Dinosaurs Lived On Land. While some dinosaurs might have been able to wade or paddle through water, they did not live in oceans, lakes, or rivers. Mosasaurs and Plesiosaurs, the giant swimming reptiles that also lived during the Mesozoic Era, were not dinosaurs. Nor were the ancient flying reptiles, known as pterosaurs.
Define dinosaur. Dinosaurs were the dominant vertebrate animals of terrestrial ecosystems. Meaning they only lived in land. The ones that live in water are other reptiles but certainly they are not dinosaurs. There were numerous prehistoric reptiles that were aquatic, such as the ichthyosaurs, plesiosaurs and mosasaurs, that were alive during the time of dinosaurs.