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 are five types of dinosaurs.
there were no types of water dinosaurs. Diosaurs only lived on land.
many types of dinosaurs eat all sorts of plats. Especially TIGERS!!!
Types of dinosaurs are the different variations of dinosaurs. Plant eating, meat eating ect.
Many types of theropods had feathers. Birds evolved from one of these feathered dinosaurs.
100 types of dinosaurs lived during the mesozoic era.
All dinosaurs are vertebrates.
Five types of dinosaurs are sauropods, carnosaurs, therapods, ceratopsians and hadrosaurs
There were many types of dinosaurs who are believed to have traveled in packs or herd. Some of them include the Styracosaurus, Protoceratops, and the Triceratops.
The dinosaurs referred to as "raptors" belonged to a family called dromaeosaurs. Scintists have identified 26 types of dromaeosaur.
there was no dinosaurs during the ice age
There were hundreds, if not thousands. Many new species are being discovered every year.
Yes there is evidence of Mesozoic dinosaurs in the form of fossilised bones of hundreds of clades, ranging from embryos to adult, eggs, coprolites and trackways. There are dinosaurs living today, the birds which are theropod dinosaurs. There is overwhelming evidence that birds derived from dinosaurs. There are now many fossils that show many types dinosaurs had feathers.
The dinosaurs that were found there were allosaurus, ceratosaurus, stegasaurus, and Camarasaurus
There currently are over 500 different types of dinosaurs, and more being discovered everyday. There are currently over 100 dinosaur species that have been discovered but not yet named.
All of them
The main types of herbivorous dinosaurs are ornithopods, ceratopsians, Thereophora, and sauropods. A few types of theropods were herbivorous, too.
Many types of dinosaurs had beaks. There were ceratopsians, hadrosaurs, stegosaurs, ankylosaurs, and some types of theropods, including birds and Oviraptorosaurs.
Many types of non-avian dinosaurs lived in Wales, and it's fauna would not have been much different from that of the rest of western Europe.