dinosuars extinct animal

The dinosaur has been extincted for over 1,000 years.

In 1842, Sir Richard Owen, Britain's leading paleontologist, first coined the term “dinosaur.” ... Using this information, Owen determined that the three formed a special group of reptiles, which he named Dinosauria. The word comes from the ancient Greek word deinos (“terrible”) and sauros (“lizard” or “reptile”).

Here is a video about dinosaurs.

Something from prehistoric times.
This is a full fossilized T-Rex that is in a museum.

Dinosaur fossils have been found on every continent of Earth, including Antarctica. Fossils help us understand what the dinosaurs were like. Information can be gathered from sources such as fossilized bones, footprints, stomach stones, feces, internal organs, soft tissues, eggs and feathers.

fosil's of dinosaurs

What you just saw were egg's and bones and full fossil's.

Thees are all T-Rex's.

Tyrannosaurus Rex was one of the largest meat-eating dinosaurs that ever lived. Everything about this ferocious predator, from its thick, heavy skull to its 4-foot-long (1.2-meter-long) jaw, was designed for maximum bone-crushing action. Velociraptor is a genus of dromaeosaurid theropod dinosaur that lived approximately 75 to 71 million years ago during the later part of the Cretaceous Period. Two species are currently recognized, although others have been assigned in the past. LONG-NECKED HERBIVORES. The biggest land animals to have lived on Earth were the sauropods, which means “lizard feet”. These giants were the long-necked herbivorous (plant-eating) dinosaurs. They had small heads, long, flexible necks, bulky bodies, and long tails. Pterodactyl is the common term for the winged reptiles properly called pterosaurs, which belong to the taxonomic order Pterosauria. Scientists typically avoid using the term and concentrate on individual genera, such as Pterodactylus and Pteranodon. ... Rather, pterosaurs were flying reptiles. Spinosaurus was the biggest of all the carnivorous dinosaurs, larger than Tyrannosaurus and Giganotosaurus. It lived during part of the Cretaceous period, about 112 million to 97 million years ago, roaming the swamps of North Africa.

This is a long necked dinosaur.

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Created with images by Andy Hay - "Dinosaur at Parc de Prehistoire" • frankblacknoir - "Fossil" • frankblacknoir - "Tarbosaurus bataar" • frankblacknoir - "Tarblosaurus bataar" • frankblacknoir - "Psittacosaurus" • miggell1 - "Dinasour exhibit at Witte Museum" • frankblacknoir - "Oviraptor egg" • frankblacknoir - "Psittacosaurus" • frankblacknoir - "Tarbosaurus" • frankblacknoir - "Tarbosaurus bataar" • frankblacknoir - "Tarblosaurus bataar" • James St. John - "Camarasaurus lentus sauropod dinosaur (Morrison Formation, Upper Jurassic; Carnegie Quarry, Dinosaur National Monument, northeastern Utah, USA) 1"

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