A scientist who studies dinosaurs is called a paleontologist.
Dinosaurs belonged to the class Reptilia. Birds, which are a subgroup of dinosaurs, are often given their own class, even though they are a subgroup of Reptilia.
Sir Richard Owen.
The term 'dinosaurs' refer to any of numerous extinct terrestrial reptiles of the Mesozoic era - ergo, they were not amphibians.
Dinosaurs are currently classified as reptiles while birds are classified as one branch of the dinosaurs. Some claim, however, that dinosaurs should be given their own group.
We don't group dinosaurs by what they eat. I don't think vegtables were even there during the time of the dinosaurs............. But animals that eat plants are known as herbivores.
Dinosaurs that walk on two legs are called "bipeds". The term applies to all animals that walk on two legs.
The technical term for anyone who studies the fossils of prehistoric creatures other than humans (including dinosaurs) is "paleontologist."
Not any more, but Allosaurus is the name we've given to a species of dinosaurs.
A warm blooded animal is called an endotherm. So if dinosaurs were in fact warm blooded they were endotherms. If they were cold blooded, which seems unlikely given the evidence, they were ectotherms, and if they were in between the two, dinosaurs were mesotherms.
Technically, no, dinosaurs did not fly because the term "dinosaurs" refers to just terrestrial (land-dwelling) reptiles. However, pterosaurs (or pterodactyls) did have the ability to fly.
Anything that eats only plants is called a herbivore.
The term given to the area at which three roots divide is trifurcation.
Bilirubin is the term given to red bile produced by hemolysis in the spleen. biliverdin is the term given to green bile.
They are called birds, duh.I guess you could also say dinosaurs.
HA! there are no genetic mutations! DINOSAURS ARE DINOSAURS! DINOSAURS ARE DINOSAURS! no mutants
what doesn't kill dinosaurs, dinosaurs kill dinosaurs
The term is 'orogeny'.