By: Bryan Ridenour
Many grew up watching the the classic cartoon "Flintstones." Even though "Flintstones" was an imaginative children's show, some evolutionists must have cringed to see humans frolicking with pre-historic giant reptiles that supposedly disappeared long before mankind came into being.The Bible gives us some...
Ways of assessing dinosaur behavior
By: Betty Carew
It is not impossible to find ways of assessing dinosaur behavior thanks to the expertise of many paleontologists whose dedication to their field have uncovered many things about dinosaurs through the fossils they have discovered and examined. All of these fossils give us clues about...
Theories on how dinosaurs became extinct
By: Raqi Haas
Ever since the first dinosaur fossils were discovered and the world came to know about these magnificent former rulers of our planet, one question that has constantly baffled us is: Just how did dinosaurs became extinct? They were quite literally the most dominant terrestrial animals...
What did dinosaurs eat?
By: Betty Carew
Thanks to the fossils that have been discovered in the past two hundred years and the studies by paleontologist, we have a fair idea of the diet of dinosaurs. There were two main orders of dinosaurs . One is called the Saurischia, being lizard hipped and...
What did dinosaurs eat?
By: Bozena Hartley
Dinosaurs, just like today's mammals, were divided into three groups: herbivores (plant-eaters), carnivores (meat-eaters), and omnivores (plant and meat-eaters). Herbivores outnumbered the other two groups. From looking at the dinosaur classification tables 65% of all dinosaurs were plant-eaters, and only 35% were carnivores and omnivores...
By: Raqi Haas
'Dinosaurs' (Dinosauria, originally coined by Richard Owen in 1842) were a superorder of dominant vertebrate reptiles that dominated the terrestrial ecosystems of Earth from the Triassic to the Cretaceous periods (between 230 to 65 million years ago).The superorder Dinosauria was later broken down by...
Popular myths about dinosaurs
By: Marc Phillippe Babineau
Dinosaurs, those lizard-kings that roamed the earth for over 200 million years, left mankind with a great puzzle to solve. Now, when mankind is faced with something new that is puzzling, we seem to conjure any and all possible and probable scenarios related to the...
Can scientists clone dinosaurs?
By: David Thackston
The possibility of cloning dinosaurs has been a subject of scientific debate since the discovery of DNA, and it is just as lively now as it ever has been. Recent attempts at cloning animals has fueled the debate over whether or not it's possible, what...
Can scientists clone dinosaurs?
By: Malcolm Louis Kantzler
Can scientists clone dinosaurs?Since the Steven Spielberg classic, "Jurassic Park," put the question of cloning dinosaurs in the public conscience, the idea evolved into a mountain to climb as genetics made leapfrog advances in research. But science has since indicated the mountain was...
Characteristics of the Ornithischia order of dinosaurs
By: David Thackston
The Ornithischia order of dinosaurs is a classification of herbivorous creatures that thrived throughout the Mesozoic era beginning over 200 million years ago. The ornithischia family of dinosaurs includes many well known dinosaurs such as the Stegosaur, and the Triceratops, and it is divided into...

 

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