What was the first species of dinosaurs to become exstinct?
There is currently no evidence that points to that any dinosaur species have ever become extinct.
Somewhere in the late Triassic where the first dinosaurs become more sophisticated in terms of bones and muscles.
First dinosaurs are not born, they all hatch from eggs. However, we can not tell if any species were ovoviviparous like some modern reptiles.
A: Not only did dinosaurs come before Christ, the last of the dinosaurs had already become extinct milions of years before the first humans on earth!
When the dinosaurs were extinguished a few of them survived. While the earth's life get growing back the dinosaurs evolved to different kinds of species and the mammoth is one of them. So it first appeared in the beginning of the Cenozoic era.
No we do not evolve from dinosaurs. Humans are mammals and evolved from synapsida often called "mammal like" reptiles that infact predated the dinosaurs which evolved another type of reptiles called Archosaurs. Synapsida were dominant animals on the earth for millions of years before the first dinosaurs evolved. It is believed that extreme climate change meant that most species became extinct in the late Triassic period leaving only a few small species which later evolved… Read More
Dinosaurs were around during the Mesozoic era (65 - 230 million years ago) made up of 3 periods, Triassic, Jurassic and Cretaceous. In the Triassic dinosaurs first evolved. In the Jurassic sauropodmorphs (long necked dinosaurs) were most successful. And in the Cretaceous dinosaurs were at their peek in size, numbers and different types of species, but at the end of the Cretaceous the dinosaurs were destroyed.
Pterodactyls and their relate pterosaurs emerged first. T. rex was one of the last species to evolve in the time of the dinosaurs.
First of all, get your grammar right. Second, there probably were nocturnal dinosaurs. Some smaller species would have probably snuck out at night to snatch eggs and such and slept in burrows or trees during the day.
Answer Fish came first, because the earliest forms of life evolved in the sea. Eventually, lungfish and similar species began to live some of the time out of the water, gradually evolving into amphibians. Dinosaurs evolved very much later.
No. First dinosaurs are an unranked clade, not a species. Second, there are older groups of animals than dinosaurs from the past 300 million years. Archosaurs are one such group, which include dinosaurs, crocdiles and a few other, now extinct groups of reptile. Even older are anapsid reptiles, which today consist of turtle and tortoises.
I think it's the chicken cuz some dinosaurs were related to chicken. This may or may not be right.
The first fish on earth is expected to be exstinct due to the fact that it first appeared on earth 530 million years ago.
Dinosaurs evolved 231 million years ago. Dinosaurs range in size from the a few ounce to over a hundred feet long and 70+ tons Most dinosaurs were herbivores. Carnivorous dinosaurs were the first animals with feathers. Birds evolved from these. There are 1,000 known species of non-avian dinosaur known, and they belong to 500 different genera. Dinosaurs were very likely warm blooded. Dinosaurs went extinct 65.5 million years ago.
Eorapter and herrosaurus were 2 of the first dinosaurs.
Many species flourished in the triassic. Although the dinosaurs first appeared in the Triassic, they were by no means "flourishing". Many strange species of diapsids however, and the first mammals were abundant. Such examples are postosuchus, saurosuchus, rutiodon, placerias, proterosuchus, and sinoconodon.
Dinosaurs evolved first and then some dinosaurs evolved into birds. So all birds are technically dinosaurs.
The first dinosaurs are known in the fossil record from around 230 million years ago. They were made extinct around 65 million years ago. This gives a total of 160 million years of existence. Answer Dinosaurs are assumed to have become extinct around 65 million years ago, but the recent finding of the Coelacanth fish and Wollemi Pine, and others species previously assumed to be extinct would suggest caution is necessary. According to the biblical… Read More
Since the arrival of the First Fleet in Australia, it is believed that 27 species of mammals, 23 bird species and 4 frog species have become extinct.
No, they were not. There were many other warm blooded species before them. I'm not sure of specific names, but I know that birds were along much longer than the dinosaurs, and birds are warm blooded. Let me clarify from above. According to the currently accepted Evolution Theory, birds evolved from dinosaurs. Birds are warm blooded but dinosaurs, as far as the scientists can tell, were cold blooded.
The Dinosaurs. When the dinosaurs were alive, no humans had been created yet. When the dinosaurs died, human came to earth, thus the caveman.
Dinosaurs came first
Fossilised remains of "turtles" have been found dating back to the Cretaceous period in Earth's history (this period ended around 65 million years ago).... However Dinosaurs have been on the planet for a MUCH greater length of time, it is debated slightly when the first dinosaurs appear but it is alleged to be over 200 million years ago. Therefore dinosaurs would have become before turtles
Dinosaurs emerged first. Some dinosaurs were birds, but they didn't come until later.
The egg came first because other animals i.e dinosaurs or prehistoric birds (not chickens) would've laid the egg that hatched to become classed as the first chicken.
Dinosaurs first apeared in the triassic period
dinosaurs because there were no humans around when the dinosaurs were around.
An eagle. This is because birds descend from dinosaurs, and so they were some of the first animals to evolve. Of course, the eagle wasnt the first bird, it ame from a range of sub-species.
Dinosaurs first appeared in the tertiary stages of the Earth. Tertiary was when the dinosaurs ruled the earth. Then there was jurassic and then creteacious
No. The first mammals appeared shortly after the first dinosaurs.
Dinosaurs came before birds, because dinosaurs later on evolved into birds, therefore, making birds come along LATER then the dinosaurs. However dinosaurs were far from the first creatures on earth.
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.
The first dinosaurs evolved from fishes and were no bigger than these days crocodiles.
Dinosaurs appeared a little bit before the first pterosaurs.
Dinosaurs first appeared shortly before mammals did.
Dinosaurs first evolved when all the continents were joined together as Pangaea. When the continents split up, they already lived on all of them. At times, land bridges connected continents, such as Asia or Europe to North America, during which times dinosaurs from each continent would spread to the other.
First of all, these are not dinosaurs. They are pliosaurs.
dinosaurs means ''terrible lizard'' in latin. when dinosaurs were first found they were thought to be dragons.
Dinosaurs pre-date humans therefore there were no humans prior to the Dinosaurs.
The first dinosaurs appeared about 230 million years ago.
dinosaurs did not fly. you may be thinking of pterosaurs. they were not dinosaurs the first pterosaur was petinosaurs
Dinosaurs did. The first dinosaurs appeared about 230 million years ago. Monkeys emerged in the past 50 million years or so.
When man first emerged as a species. It is likely that man was responsible for the extinction of ancient species such as the Mammoth, early deforestation etc. BUT the problem really accelerated with the Industrial Revolution.
Yes. Dinosaurs first appeared in the Triassic.
Yes. Herrerasaurians were among the very first dinosaurs.
Before dinosaurs, there were creatures that were half reptile and half mammal, but Dinosaurs were the complete first.
The polar bear is not an endangered species. Listed as Vulnerable by the IUCN.
Dinosaurs appeared shortly before crocodiles did.
Dinosaurs then the ice age.