Dinosaurs were land dwellers, though some probably could swim it was not their main form of locomotion. However in the time of the dinosaurs there were also two classes of marine reptile that are now extinct. There where Icthyosaurs, which resembled dolphins, and Plesiosaurs, which had paddles for limbs, but these were separate from dinosaurs. As to flying, there were also flying reptiles during that time called pterosaurs. Again these were a group of animals separate from, but related to dinosaurs. However, one group of flying animals than many scientists now consider to be a branch of dinosaurs are the birds.
There r actually two the flying one is gurgle and the one with the shell is pooky
Birds evolved from a group of Saurischian dinosaurs known as theropods. The theropods include dinosaurs such as Tyrannosaurus, Velociraptor, and Deinonychus. Theropods were predators who walked on two feet and had relatively small arms. Some of these dinosaurs were small and started growing feathers, at first to keep warm. Eventually these feathers became adapted for flying.
There are way more than just two dinosaurs. If you're asking for two examples of dinosaurs, then I'll just say Tyrannosaurus Rex and Apatosaurus.
There are dinosaurs in all three categories. Dinosaurs were an incredibly diverse group of animals. However, there are far fewer varieties of dinosaur omnivores than either herbivores or carnivores. For example: Two Herbivorous Dinosaurs: Triceratops and Ankylosaurus Two Carnivorous Dinosaurs: Tyrannosaurus Rex and Allosaurus Two Omnivorous Dinosaurs: Ornithomimus and Heterodontosaurus
Dinosaurs that walk on two legs are called "bipeds". The term applies to all animals that walk on two legs.
False. Two-legged duck-billed dinosaurs are called hadrosaurs. They swim. Other dinosaurs cannot.
Yes. All dinosaurs were two legged to run fast and catch prey.
Yes, the dinosaurs that have two legs only have two knees. If the dinosaurs have four legs it has four knees
There were a lot more than two dinosaurs that had a length of about 10 meters. Two examples include Neovenator and Amargasaurus.
Two of the earliest dinosaurs to be named were the Iguanodon (a plant-eater) and Megalosaur (a meat-eater).
Dinosaurs and lizards both belong to a branch of reptiles called diapsids, which emerged in th early Permian period. In the early Triassic period the diapsids split into two main groups: archosaurs and lepidosaurs. The archosaurs were the ancestors of dinosaurs, pterosaurs (flying reptiles), and crocodilians. The lepidosaurs were the ancestors of lizards, snakes and a third, nearly extinct branch called sphenodonts.
No. all carnivorous dinosaurs walked on two legs.
'Pterodactyl' is the name of a small subgroup of pterosaurs (flying reptiles that lived at the same time as dinosaurs but were not dinosaurs).The description of a Pterodactyl is a beaked reptile with two short legs, maybe a tail, a longish neck, and two wings. The wings were a bit like bat's wings as the wings were its arms. They ranged in size.The name 'Pterodactyl' means 'wing finger'.
Birds branched of from a group of dinosaurs called theropods (the two legged dinosaurs consisting mostly of carnivores) in the late Jurassic period.
The Tyrannosaurus walked on two legs
All birds, including chickens are a branch of the dinosaurs. Birds branched off from a group of dinosaurs called theropods, two legged creatures that were mostly carnivores.
Yes, it split into Gondawa and Laurasia, where dinosaurs then lived on the two separate continents.
A conversation between two flying mammals is a bat chat.
No, many dinosaurs walked on two legs and many others walked on fours but were capable of standing or running on two legs. Strictly two legged dinosaurs include theropods (meat eating) dinosaurs such as T-rex, Allosaurus, Spinosaurus, and Velociraptor, as well as relatively small plant eaters and omnivores such as Ornithomimus and Pachycephalosaurus. Most dinosaurs that walked on fours but stood and ran on two legs were hadrosaurs or iguanodonts, such as Edmontosaurus, Parasaurolophus, Corythosaurus, and Iguanodon.
There are two syllables in flying, fly- and -ing.
carnivore and herbavore
carnivores and herbivores