I am not aware of any dinosaur fossils that have been found in Michigan. During much of the Cretaceous, the time period that most dinosaur fossils are from, Michigan was submerged under the Western Interior Seaway (which drained off millions of years ago).
However, there are some dinosaurs I know of from adjacent areas that may have lived in Michigan, too. There are too many of these to list, but here are some of the most famous ones:
Apatosaurus (known informally as Brontosaurus)
I think they lived (the dinosaurs) for approximately 165 million years.
No way! There were thousands of species of reptiles that lived both during, before, and after the dinosaurs lived on earth. There were the synapsid reptiles, as well as the anapsid reptiles, which were mostly gone when the dinosaurs arrived. There were also many diapsid reptiles that lived during the time the dinosaurs did. Such species include deinosuchus, dimetrodon, gorgonops, Quetzalcoatlus, and rutiodon. Dinosaurs were not reptiles themelves. They evolved from reptiles, many had warm blood even feathers,
Considering that most eukaryotic cells have mitochondria and that dinosaurs are eukaryotes like all other animals that ever lived, it is certain that they did have mitochondria in their cells. In fact, birds are considered dinosaurs (they certainly descended from dinosaurs) and their cells have mitochondria, so we can be as sure as scientifically possible that dinosaurs indeed did have mitochondria.
A number of dinosaurs are known from the Tendaguru Formation of Tanzania. Kenya may have been covered in a shallow sea at the time, but if it wasn't, the dinosaurs in Tanzania and Kenya would have been the same. These include Kentrosaurus, Giraffatitan, Dysalotosaurus, Dicraeosaurus, Allosaurus, Ceratosaurus, and Elaphrosaurus. They lived around 150 million years ago.
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.
Dinosaurs lived everywhere. You don't necessarily need a map to find out where dinosaurs lived.
Animals of the Ice Age lived after the dinosaurs.
Dinosaurs lived during the Mesozoic Era.
dinosaurs lived for about 250 million years ago.
No dinosaurs lived in the sea. There were other reptiles that adopted a marine life, but those weren't dinosaurs.
The dinosaurs lived 65,00,009 years ago!
Many dinosaurs ate meat. Some are Allosaurus and Tyrannosaurus rex. No dinosaurs lived in water
No dinosaurs specifically lived in the water. Plesiosaurs, pliosaurs, mosasaurs and ichthyosaurs lived in the water (but are not DINOSAURS). They are reptiles but not dinosaurs. They co-inhabited the planet with dinosaurs, in the same way that the pterosaurs ruled the air. Pterosaurs were not dinosaurs either.
California was under a shallow sea during the time that dinosaurs lived. Dinosaurs lived on land, so none lived in California.
mastodon could have lived in MICHIGAN
there were no types of water dinosaurs. Diosaurs only lived on land.
160 million years