Dinosaurs first appeared during the Mesozoic, the era before the Cenozoic. All non avian dinosaurs were extinct by the time the Cenozoic began. However, birds, which are a clade of dinosaurs, still existed at the beginning of the Cenozoic and still live today.
The general answer would be no, dinosaurs lived in the Mesozoic. However, many scientists believe that modern birds, which have lived throughout the Cenozoic, are dinosaurs.
a few plants that lived during the Cenozoic era were Birch&&Sweetgum
Animals of the Ice Age lived after the dinosaurs.
red neck dinosaurs
The plants, insects, fish and dinosaurs lived on earth during the late Cenozoic era. Now all that is left on the earth are the fossils.
No! Although this is a common mistake, all dinosaurs were land animals. All animals that lived in the sea at the same time as the dinosaurs weren't actually classed as dinosaurs even though they have similarities :)
The first dinosaurs lived in the beginning of the Mesozoic Era (or the Age of Reptiles). Birds were amazingly discovered to be dinosaurs so dinosaurs were also alive in the Cenozoic (that's our time-the Age of Mammals) to today.
early forms of bacteria
Tyranasaurus Rex and Dinosaurus.
Scientists say that certain kinds of shark lived in prehistoric times with the dinosaurs.
Mesozoic, but this era was divided into three the Triassic, Jurassic and Cretaceous periods.The dinosaurs mainly lived during the Mesozoic and Cenozoic eras. The Mesozoic era was they hey-day of the dinosaurs. However, because birds are dinosaurs and birds still exist, it is fair to say that dinosaurs also live(d) in the Cenozoic. They came into existence in the Mesozoic era though (especially first in the Jurassic Period).
mamoths and dinosaurs
ankylosaurus, triceratops, and Tarbosaurus.
dinosaurs,pteausours,fish,and sea reptiles
Some of the most notable prehistoric animals that lived in Canada were the Dinosaurs. Other creatures included Sloths and Mammoths.
No dinosaurs lived in water. The prehistoric reptiles that lived in water were the Plesiosaurs, not dinosaurs.
Dinosaurs lived in this period as well there are some plants like flowers and grasses.
Dinosaurs lived everywhere. You don't necessarily need a map to find out where dinosaurs lived.
the animals that lived on coast land are dinosaurs and kraps and frogs and fox and polar bears and
There were many animals that coexisted with dinosaurs. There were mutlituberculate and marsupial mammals, such as Ptiloduc, Didelphodon, and Alphadon. There were pterosaurs in the air and relatives of modern crocodiles in freshwater habitats. Some crocodile like animals lived strictly on land at that time. Lizards, frogs, and salamanders lived alongside dinosaurs. And most invertebrate groups that exist today had representatives alive at the time of the dinosaurs.
dinosaurs. as well as small mammals (rodents) and amphibians