Do you believe in dinosaurs? Why or why not?

Do you believe in birds?Sure, you see them all around you. You might see a pigeon perched on a power line, or ominously crouched on a tree branch right above a pristine car. You've probably seen footage of other birds, such as eagles, owls, herons and cormorants. You may even have seen ostriches, emus

Why did God(s) create dinosaurs that lived millions of years before our species?

Well,  He created whatever He wanted,  for His own pleasure.  Dinosaurs are  fascinating and really capture everyone's imagination,  like Leviathan in the book of Job. Here's Job's description of Leviathan, no one is 100% sure what this awesome beast was.  Some think it

Why do some people state that it would have been more difficult for Tyrannosaurus to kill sauropod dinosaurs?

Tyrannosaurus lacked the adaptations to hunt larger animals.One, Tyrannosaurus didn't have a very wide jaw gape, so the bone crushing jaws can't effectively grab a hold of a Sauropod leg.

How can it be that birds evolved from dinosaurs if they are so different?

How can it be that birds evolved from dinosaurs if they are so different?A: You could ask this about any two classifications of life as long as you put them in the correct order.Did cats come first? Or Dogs? I have no

Did dinosaurs cry?

Seriously, there is no way of knowing. Behavior doesn't usually fossilize, nor do soft tissues like tear ducts. All we can do is look at their living descendants, the birds. No living birds cry in the sense that people do so it's unlikely that dinosaurs did either.

What do you think the future ruins of our civilization will look like?

If humans vanish very little of our civilisation will exist after 500 or even 100 or so years.This is because when we build things we build them at a cost. I mean sure we can use concrete that will last forever

Why do some people state that it would have been more difficult for Tyrannosaurus to kill sauropod dinosaurs?

Tyrannosaurus lacked the adaptations to hunt larger animals.One, Tyrannosaurus didn't have a very wide jaw gape, so the bone crushing jaws can't effectively grab a hold of a Sauropod leg.

Why do you not believe in dinosaurs?

What is to believe in in regard to Dinosaurs; they lived with man, which is obvious witnessed by historical cultures all around the world; some even turn up in recent times all around the world too.

What are 3 mind blowing facts about dinosaurs that I probably don't even know?

1- Troodon, was a small dinosaur species which lived during the Late Creataceous, which had one of the biggest brains a dinossaur was ever found to have. It probably was as a smart as certain modern birds.2- Argentinosaurus is thought to have been the biggest dinosaur to

Do you believe in dinosaurs? Why or why not?

Do you believe in birds?Sure, you see them all around you. You might see a pigeon perched on a power line, or ominously crouched on a tree branch right above a pristine car. You've probably seen footage of other birds, such as eagles, owls, herons and cormorants. You may even have seen ostriches, emus

Is there any religion that does not believe in dinosaurs?

Yes, basically all religions do not believe in dinosaurs. The leaders of some of them have come to the realisation that denying the fact that dinosaurs have lived is childish. So they will officially accept that they did exist, BUT they do not ‘believe'

Were any dinosaurs omnivores?

Almost certainly so, since there were many hundreds of different dinosaur species that inhabited countless habitats over much of the world. Any modern group so diverse (birds, mammals, reptiles, etc) includes herbivores (plant eaters), carnivores (animal eaters), and omnivores (consumers of both animals and plants). Moreover, these categories are not strict. Many

Did humans hunt dinosaurs?

Humans appeared long after the dinosaur races had wiped out from the face of the earth. But, when the modern human wave of migration reached Indonesia; travelling from India and arrived on the Australian mainland some 100,000 years ago, they came across a very formidable evil

If you could be any dinosaur, which would you be? Why?

Cotylorhynchus! I know not technically a dinosaur, but I find Cotylorhynchus hilarious. Plus the name and description fits.

Was there human life on Earth during the dinosaurs era?

Well, birds are the sole surviving branch of the dinosaurs. So by stretching the point, you could say

Who discovered the dinosaurs?

There is no definite discoverer or discovery date because, as usually happens in science, dinosaurs were discovered gradually.People probably noticed very large fossil bones since ancient times. It is possible that legends of dragons come from early dinosaur finds. Chang Qu mentioned dragon bones found in Wucheng, Sichuan, China over 2,000 years ago. But it wasn't until

Is it possible that aliens in the form of humans nuked the dinosaurs before colonizing on earth?

If you're suggesting that humans are aliens then why do all the other mammals on Earth appear to have evolved with us?Just look at the DNA of chimpanzees (98%), bananas (50%), dogs (83%), chickens (63%). That's how similar they are to us.We evolved here, along with all the other animals.At the most, homo-sapiens started to exist

Where did dinosaurs sleep?

As one writer already said,

How can it be that birds evolved from dinosaurs if they are so different?

How can it be that birds evolved from dinosaurs if they are so different?A: You could ask this about any two classifications of life as long as you put them in the correct order.Did cats come first? Or Dogs? I have no

What do you think the future ruins of our civilization will look like?

If humans vanish very little of our civilisation will exist after 500 or even 100 or so years.This is because when we build things we build them at a cost. I mean sure we can use concrete that will last forever

Did dinosaurs cry?

Seriously, there is no way of knowing. Behavior doesn't usually fossilize, nor do soft tissues like tear ducts. All we can do is look at their living descendants, the birds. No living birds cry in the sense that people do so it's unlikely that dinosaurs did either.

Who discovered the dinosaurs?

There is no definite discoverer or discovery date because, as usually happens in science, dinosaurs were discovered gradually.People probably noticed very large fossil bones since ancient times. It is possible that legends of dragons come from early dinosaur finds. Chang Qu mentioned dragon bones found in Wucheng, Sichuan, China over 2,000 years ago. But it wasn't until

Is the rhino a type of dinosaur?

Absolutely not.  Rhinos are mammals:  They have hair, unidirectional lungs, are definitively warm-blooded, and produce milk to feed their young.Dinosaurs are reptiles, and some of them are directly ancestral to modern birds (birds actually ARE dinosaurs): They lacked hair, laid eggs, did not produce milk, and had a distinct set of skeletal features

Does gas has dinosaur remains? Because it's called fossil fuel? How much of it will be from dinosaurs?

Actually petroleum fossil fuels are derived primarily from plankton, foraminifera, and other microscopic sea life. Coal is derived from vegetation not animal remains.

How can it be that birds evolved from dinosaurs if they are so different?

How can it be that birds evolved from dinosaurs if they are so different?A: You could ask this about any two classifications of life as long as you put them in the correct order.Did cats come first? Or Dogs? I have no

Are dinosaurs a hoax? Or not?

NO. It would be like saying if Birds are hoax - Dinosaurs still live in the world around us, only, we know them as Birds. I don't want to sound mean, but you should really do some research before you go asking absurd questions like this one.Also, not everything you hear on Youtube is real!

What do you think the future ruins of our civilization will look like?

If humans vanish very little of our civilisation will exist after 500 or even 100 or so years.This is because when we build things we build them at a cost. I mean sure we can use concrete that will last forever

Were dinosaurs extinct long before humans appeared on the face of the Earth?

Very yes. As others have noted, by about 64,000,000 years.I got in trouble for knowing this in primary school. For some strange reason, we had a ‘religious education' teacher come in (proselytising is specifically banned in state schools under the Australian constitution, so

With all of our technology today, could humanity survive the ELE that killed the dinosaurs?

Yes, and it would not be about technology. Some very delicate species survived the last extinction event - bees and frogs for example, so somewhere on Earth was not drastically affected for long. Humans live just about everywhere, so groups of humans are likely to survive

How to believe the dinosaurs became extinct

Well, in reality, they didn't.Avian dinosaurs survived the KT extinction that wiped out the non-avian dinosaurs and the remainder of the pterosaurs (among other things). The KT extinction was caused largely by an asteroid strike here:

If birds are dinosaurs, what is the definition of a dinosaur?

Modern definitions of animal groups are not based on what the animals look like, but on how they are related to each other. Thus, as another person has pointed out here, dinosaurs are defined as all of the descendants of the oldest common ancestor of the

What was the dominant species on Earth after dinosaurs and before humans?

There was a brief period about 10 million years after the K-Pg event, when large snakes and crocodilians were the dominant predators, then mammals and birds started taking over. Eventually all major land animal niches were filled by mammals.

Is it possible that aliens in the form of humans nuked the dinosaurs before colonizing on earth?

If you're suggesting that humans are aliens then why do all the other mammals on Earth appear to have evolved with us?Just look at the DNA of chimpanzees (98%), bananas (50%), dogs (83%), chickens (63%). That's how similar they are to us.We evolved here, along with all the other animals.At the most, homo-sapiens started to exist

Where did dinosaurs sleep?

As one writer already said,

Is it possible that some dinosaurs species live deep underwater?

There were some large water born reptiles that could survive deep into the ocean depths. Existing at least as deep as whales are currently capable of. However, due to the intense pressures, actual large body mass related reptile species are not likely to ever have

Do dinosaurs still exist? What are some theories that support this idea?

About 10,000 species of dinosaurs still exist today, but they all belong to one dinosaur family: the birds.The relationship between birds and other dinosaurs is very apparent in the similarities between their skeletal structures, respiratory system, eggshells, and even their behavior, and the evolution of modern birds from

Why did the dinosaurs come before humans?

The earliest mammals and the earliest dinosaurs evolved about the same time, in the Triassic period. At that time, the oxygen levels were only about 60% of what they are now.Archosaurs, including the dinosaurs, had lungs where the air is inhaled through one set of tubes and exhaled through another, so they

What would happen if a fossil were discovered on Mars?

Scientists actually think there's a pretty good chance of discovering fossils on Mars. Unfortunately, they are likely to be things like microbes or microbial mats. They've actually found a few things that fit the description, only it's not definite.The way science works is that you can't just be 70% or 80% sure you've found something.

Why did God(s) create dinosaurs that lived millions of years before our species?

Well,  He created whatever He wanted,  for His own pleasure.  Dinosaurs are  fascinating and really capture everyone's imagination,  like Leviathan in the book of Job. Here's Job's description of Leviathan, no one is 100% sure what this awesome beast was.  Some think it

Why do some people state that it would have been more difficult for Tyrannosaurus to kill sauropod dinosaurs?

Tyrannosaurus lacked the adaptations to hunt larger animals.One, Tyrannosaurus didn't have a very wide jaw gape, so the bone crushing jaws can't effectively grab a hold of a Sauropod leg.

Why were insects so huge during the time of the dinosaurs?

Insects were quite large during the Carboniferous period (approximately 300 million years ago). Think of a dragon fly with a 3 foot wing span! At that time the Earths climate was mild and forest covered vast areas of land and algae flourished in the

Is processed, calorie-dense food, healthy?

It's not!You suspected that, didn't you!First, because it's processed and second, because it's calorie dense.BUT:Yogurt (full-fat, plain, or Greek) is very good food (bearing in mind that every 100 gr contain about 4.4 gr of carbs). It's dense and it's processed. So, why it's good? Because for you

What are the coolest and most unusual prehistoric animals (including dinosaurs)?

This question made me reminisce my childhood more than ever!!!As a child, I owned a thin book that I had got free with a pack of Kellogg's Chocos. It contained short descriptive paragraphs on a few chosen animals. The first few pages dealt with prehistoric animals that utterly

What are the animals which were evolved from dinosaurs?

Dinosaurs were archosaurs, which means they share a common ancestor with crocodiles and pterosaurs. The first dinosaurs appeared in the fossil record during the middle Triassic period in the form of small, bipedal predators, similar to the early dinosaurs Eoraptor and Staurikosaurus. This is further supported by the discovery of primitive bipedal ornithodirans (a group of archosaurs

What would the global ecosystem be like today if the dinosaurs had never existed?

The question is not very clear. The dinosaurs emerged on this planet through evolution. When you say they never existed, do you mean that the course of evolution would have taken some other route not producing dinosaurs but some other kind of species? Or do you

Were there dinosaurs in Ireland?

Most of Ireland was shallow seas during the Jurassic and Cretaceous, meaning no dinosaurs. But, where there was dry land, there might have been some. Unfortunately, the conditions for preserving fossils from that time haven't been that great in Ireland. There was extensive volcanic activity