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What does the word dinosaur mean?
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Q: Is there any such creature called a "Giganotasaurus"? Someone asked me to find information, and to find a picture. Just want to be sure there is such a thing. Thank you Shirl
from Shirl Z, colorado springs, colo, usa; February 28, 2001

A: Yes, for information on Giganotosaurus, click here.



Q: when was the first dinosaur ?
from kaysi, tecumseh, oklahoma, usa; February 28, 2001

A: The earliest-known dinosaurs lived about 230 million years ago.



Q: I'm in second grade and doing a report on the Saber-Toothed Tiger. What kind of habitat did they live in?
from Justin S., Memphis, TN, USA; February 28, 2001

A: Saber-tooth cats lived in grasslands, shrubby areas, and pine forests that supported the plant-eating animals that saber-tooth cats ate.



Q: What do Protarchaeopteryx dinosaurs eat?
from Cassandra K., Marysville, Kansas, USA; February 28, 2001

A: Protarchaeopteryx was a turkey-sized meat-eating dinosaur. It probably ate small reptiles and insects.



Q: What is the Tall-crested P. Sternbergi? And the Long-crested Longiceps? I need this for a report. Thanks for your time!!!
from Brittany, Owenton, Ky, Us; February 28, 2001

A: The different Pteranodon species all had large head crests, but they were slightly different. For example, the long head crest of P. longiceps and P. ingens stuck out behind the head, but the head crest of P. sternbergi was more upright.



Q: Hi, My son is doing report on Compsognathus. The only thing we cannot find is the enviroment they lived in. Could you please help us. Thanks
from Julie Z, Parma, Ohio, United States; February 28, 2001

A: I've never seen any analysis of what type of evnironment Compsognathus lived in. Compsognathus lived in what is now Germany, during the late Jurassic period. It was a bit warmer that it is now.



Q: Yo, how you doin? I want to knoow what dionosaurs were alive during the cretatious?
from Colin F, New Hampton, Iowa, U.S.A.; February 28, 2001

A: For early Cretaceous dinosaurs, click here. For middle Cretaceous dinosaurs, click here. For late Cretaceous dinosaurs, click here.



Q: Did dinosaurs ever walk in lava?
from Andrew P., East Haven, Connecticut, USA; February 28, 2001

A: No.



Q: How many years did dinosaurs live on earth for?
from Cody T, Riverside, Califorina, U.S.A; February 28, 2001

A: Dinosaurs lived from about 230 million years ago until 65 million years ago (they lived for about 165 million years).



Q: Who are some dinosaur discoverers?
from Blaze H., Buena Park, California, United States; February 28, 2001

A: For a page on some dinosaur discoverers, click here.



Q: Have you found any REAL decendents from the Dinosaurs?
from Alex V., Lilburn, Georgia, United States; February 28, 2001

A: Birds are probably the descendants of dinosaurs.



Q: Do any dinosuars have feathers
from Ncole, Riverside, CA, CA; February 28, 2001

A: Yes, some theropods (meat-eating dinosaurs) like Caudipteryx and Sinosauropteryx had rudimentary feathers.



Q: was their cavemen during the dinosaur period?
from cody, indu, indiana, usa; February 28, 2001

A: No, people did not evolve until almot 65 million years after the dinosaurs went extinct.



Q: Some dinosaurs are very large creatures.What are the disadvantages of being big?
from Zihao K, Singapore City, Singapore, Singapore; February 28, 2001

A: Huge animals eat a lot, and their eating habits can decimate the plants (or animals) in the area quickly, so they must migrate often to find sufficient supplies of food. Heat dissipation can also be a problem (for warm-blooded behemoths).



Q: What type of dinosaur is Aladar (from Disney's movie)?
from Andres M, Fort Worth, TX, USA; February 27, 2001

A: Aladar was an Iguanodon.



Q: what was the date they found t rex.
from ?, ?, ?, ?; February 27, 2001

A: T. rex was discovered in 1902. For more information on T. rex, click here.



Q: about how much of our plants and animals species will be extinct in 25 years
from Maurice G., East Brunwrick, New Jesery, Uinted States; February 27, 2001

A: I don't know.



Q: How did the Epraptor defend itself or attach other animals?
from Amanda S, indianapolis, indiana, us; February 27, 2001

A: Eoraptor was a small, early, meat-eating dinosaur that had sharp teeth and claws.



Q: Where can I find information on the Megladon? It is for a school powerpoint presentation and I need lots of information.
from Devin B, West Dundee, IL, United States of America; February 27, 2001

A: Click here.



Q: i need to know any ohther theories about what killed the dinosaur besides the asteroid impact>thanks
from dana d, chicago, ill, usa; February 27, 2001

A: Click here.



Q: WHERE CAN I FIND INFORMATION AND PICTURES ON A Triceratops
from DANA Z, TROY, NY, ?; February 27, 2001

A: Click here.



Q: What is the wieght and the higth of a Minmi Paravertabra?
from Claire A, Aberdeen, North Carolina, United States; February 27, 2001

A: I've seen an estimate of about 150 pounds (70 kg), but this seems a bit low for an armored animal. For information on Minmi, click here. It was roughly 3 feet (1 m) tall to the top of the shoulder.



Q: how do scientists know what colour the dinosaurs were?
from seanp, woodstock, ont, canada; February 27, 2001

A: They don't.



Q: what type of food did the dinosarus eat? did they live on other dinosaurs?
from cs, ?, ?, ?; February 27, 2001

A: Most of the dinosaurs were plant-eaters (like Brachiosaurus and Apatosaurus), but some were meat-eaters (and yes, some of these meat-eaters, like T. rex, ate other dinosaurs). Only a few dinosaurs (like Oviraptor) was an omnivore. For a page on dinosaur diets, click here.



Q: I am looking for information about Carnotaurs. I am helping my son do a school project and we need to know a few things about them: where did they live!?, what did they eat?, how did they get their food?, and any other information that is avaailable out there to give some other interesting little facts about Carnotaurs. Thankyou.
from Rachel L, Val-Belair, Quebec, Canada; February 26, 2001

A: For a page on Carnotaurus, click here.



Q: does the plesiosaurus travel in packs or is it a loner? and how does it communicate?
from Olivia Abernethy, Kingwood, Texas, ?; February 26, 2001

A: No one knows.



Q: Can u give me informatin on a Iguanodon if thats a real dino and some pictures please.
from John, Mamaronack, Ny, U.S; February 26, 2001

A: Yes, it's real - click here.



Q: How big is an Ichthyosaurus?
from Amanda D., Wauwatosa, Wi, usa; February 26, 2001

A: Click here.



Q: what kind of diosaur its meat and plants
from blake h, omaha, ne, na; February 26, 2001

A: An omnivore (like Oviraptor).



Q: Where can I find a website that gives me information on a Velociraptor's breeding habits??? Thanks for your help...
from Stephanie P., Antioch, California, United States of America; February 26, 2001

A: No one knows anything about how Velociraptor bred; no fossil Velociraptor nests (or other appropriate fossils) have been found.



Q: Did the Apatasaurus and Allosaurus have any ancestors or desendants? plese help me i need it for a project due TOMORROW!!
from Brooke S., ?, Texas, ?; February 26, 2001

A: Every organism has ancestors (ancestors are relatives that lived before the organism in question).



Q: I`m doing a report on the Brachiosaurus and I need to know something I can`t find. What happened to the Brachiosaurus. In other words, how did it die. By disease or what?
from Emily F., Algonguin, IL, USA; February 26, 2001

A: No one knows exactly what cause Brachiosaurus to die out. It died during a minor mass extinction towards the end of the Jurassic period.



Q: where can i find out about the utah raptor
from manuel, east carbon, ut, usa; February 26, 2001

A: For a page on Utahraptor, click here.



Q: I am a 4th grader and am doing a feature story on Pteradactyls and can not find much information on them. Anything you can tell me about them would be very helpful.
from Marie w, Louisville, KY, USA; February 26, 2001

A: For a page on Pterodactylus, click here.



Q: Where can i find some specifics on the Bagaceratops dinosaur?
from Brigitte, ?, ?, United States; February 26, 2001

A: For information on Bagaceratops, click here.



Q: when and where was the first dinosaur fossil found
from joanna n., katy, texas, united states; February 26, 2001

A: For a page on the early dinosaur fossil discoveries, click here.



Q: What`s the meaning of the dinosaur name "Brachiosaurus"?
from Emily F., Algonquin, IL, USA; February 26, 2001

A: Brachiosaurus means "arm lizard."



Q: what do komodo dradons eat?
from matthew p, woodstock, ontario, canada; February 26, 2001

A: For a page on Komodo dragons, click here.



Q: I am working on a school project and need to know where the spinosaurus ate, slept and lived? Please help soon! I've had no luck finding the information and the project is due to two days! Thanks so much!
from Kennedy W., Ashland, Ky., USA; February 26, 2001

A: It probably ate where it found and killed its prey. No one knows anything about its sleeping habits. Spinosaurus lived in what is now northern Africa. For where it lived, click here.



Q: What was a two legged meat eater called?
from ?, ?, ?, ?; February 26, 2001

A: The theropods were the meat-eating dinosaurs (and they walked on two legs).



Q: I need information and a picture if possible for my 4th class project on Ptaranodon ( type of flying creature).
from Hannah A., Sydney, N.S.W., Australia; February 26, 2001

A: For a page on Pteranodon, click here.



Q: Are Dinosaurs Warm blooded or cold blooded?
from ?, ?, ?, ?; February 25, 2001

A: Click here.



Q: what was the status of Pangea during the late Cretasus period
from Erik W., Houston, Texas, U.S.A.; February 25, 2001

A: Pangaea had already begun to break up and was mostly separated.



Q: I'm always looking for the habitat some dinosaurs live in. It always says where they live but it never says what kind of climate and area they lived in. Such as if it was grassy and green or swampy & stuff.
from Rae C, Kingwood, Texas, USA; February 25, 2001

A: That's because that information is rarely known. To know a dinosuar's habitat, you must find the dinosaur fossil among many other fossils to give you clues to the type of biome it was (finding other animals and plants can give you some information). It is thought that many dinosaurs that fossilzied were killed and swept away in mud slides or floods, and were deposited away from their native habitat. Determining their original habitat is difficult.



Q: how are dimetrodons born
from ?, ?, ?, ?; February 25, 2001

A: Dimetrodons probably hatched from eggs.



Q: what ended the jurassic period?
from nicole j, hortonville, wisconson, usa; February 25, 2001

A: There was a minor mass extinction toward the end of the Jurassic period. During this extinction, most of the stegosaurid and enormous sauropod dinosaurs died out, as did many genera of ammonoids, marine reptiles, and bivalves. No one knows what caused this extinction.



Q: Did dinosaurs ever live in Manitoba??
from D.J., Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada; February 25, 2001

A: Probably (since Cretacesou period amber has been found there), but I haven't heard of any dinosaur fossils found there.



Q: Is there any dinosaurs left?
from Rebecca, Hamilton, Ont, Canada; February 25, 2001

A: Yes, if you count the birds.



Q: HOW DO PALENTOLOGISTS DETERMINE THE AGE OF A FOSIL?
from Christal J, Jacksonville, NC, Duplin; February 25, 2001

A: For a page on dating fossils, click here.



Q: on one of the answers that you have answered you said that the teeth and the jaw of the dinosaur determined what it could eat. Does the size of the skull, the size of the brain and how many temporal openings the skull has also varies between plant-eaters and meat-eaters? Explain. Do you know any other differences? Please answer asap since my report is due on 2/27.
from Mariam, Ellicott, MD, USA; February 24, 2001

A: All dinosaurs are diapsiads and have the same number of openings in the skull (but the relative sizes of the openings varies). Yes, meat-eating dinosaurs had a larger brain to body mass ratio than plant eaters.



Q: I'm doing a school project on dinosaurs' skulls and I'd like to ask you if you know the difference between a plant-eater's skull and a meat-eater's skull? Please answer me asap because my project is due on 2/26 and I asked you twice before and you did not give me an answer.
from Jimmy B., ?, VA, USA; February 24, 2001

A: There are lots of differences, including the teeth, the size of the jaw, how big the jaws can open, and the strength of the bones and muscles of the jaw. Meat-eaters generally need strong jaws that open wide and have strong, sharp teeth. Plant-eaters often have smaller mouths than meat-eaters, and have blunter teeth and weaker jaws. The eye position if also often different in meat and plant eaters. Meat eaters often had eyes located towards the fornt of the face (for binocular vision that helps in hunting down animals) and plant-eaters often had eyes located to the side (to watch for predators in a wide range).



Q: Where can I find more about Brachiosaurus Dinasours??
from Chelsi B, Franklinville, N.y., USA; February 24, 2001

A: For information on Brachiosaurus, click here.



Q: Would it be possible to recreate (naturally or artificially) a dinosaur through some type of DNA procedure.
from Jerry J, Valdosta, GA, USA; February 24, 2001

A: It isn't possible now (because no dinosaur DNA is known), but it may bepossible in the future.



Q: What is the kingdom,phylum,class,family,order,genus,species for the harbor seal this is for school.
from RM, Spencer, Iowa, USA; February 24, 2001

A: Click here.



Q: what living things lived during the pre-cambrian era?
from shawie, cavite, ?, philippines; February 24, 2001

A: The pre-Cambrian is now broken into the Proterozoic, Archaeozoic, and Hadean Eons. During the Proterozoic Eon (2.5 billion years ago to 540 mya), the first multicellular life, like colonial algae and sponges (and other early life) appeared.



Q: Is this web page in spanish?
from Lita N, Austin, Texas, USA; February 24, 2001

A: No, but we do have an English-Spanish picture dictionary at: /Spanish/ .



Q: Is it true that all dinosaurs were on land? What makes up the difference between a dinosaur and a reptile?
from Cole W., Painesville, OH, United States; February 24, 2001

A: Yes, all the dinosaurs were primarily land dwellers. Dinosuars were reptiles.



Q: A 2nd grade class wants to know about the sleeping habits of dinosaurs. What can you tell us?
from Darla G, Greenville, South Carolina, U.S.; February 23, 2001

A: There is nothing known about this.



Q: HI, I am doing a science project and i need to know what kind of habitat did all the plant eating dinosurs lived in. Thanks
from Melissa N, New Brighton, MN, minnesota; February 23, 2001

A: It varied tremendously.



Q: where were most of the fossils recovered found?
from D.J. Y., ?, N.J., U.S.A.; February 23, 2001

A: Fossils have been found all over the world. There are a few great places for finding fossils; they are called Lagerstatten.



Q: I need to know where wolly mamouths lived , what they ate and who lived around them ?
from paula mc, north east, md, usa; February 23, 2001

A: For a page on mammoths, click here.



Q: Did dinosaurs have anything to do with fossil fuels such as oil?
from Gigi B, Albion, MI, USA; February 23, 2001

A: Yes, all organic matter (especially plants, since they constitute most of the mass of organic matter) contribute to the formation of fossil fuels like oil. In a process that takes millions of years, the organic material is covered by sediment, then heat and pressure change the material into pools of oil.



Q: what does an evolutionary dead end mean?
from Anthony, ?, ?, USA; February 23, 2001

A: It means that that group of organisms had no descendents (the entire lineage died out).



Q: I am three years old. I want to know if Tyrannosaurus and Allosaurus had lived at the same time if Tyrannosaurus would have preyed on Allosaurus.
from CaityB, ?, ?, ?; February 23, 2001

A: Probably not. It's easier and a lot safer to prey upon relatively defenseless plant-eaters.



Q: what is a dinosaur with a "z" name?
from katy, ?, texas, usa; February 22, 2001

A: Click here.



Q: What Dinosaurs lived during the Jurrasic Period?
from Mike D., Hortonville, Wisconsin, USA; February 22, 2001

A: For dinosaurs from the early Jurassic period, click here. For the middle Jurassic period, click here. For the late Jurassic period, click here.



Q: I am doing a school project. And I need to know if any dinosaurs ever lived or traveled through North Carolina? If so how many and what kind. Thank you!
from Zakary W, Supply, North Carolina, USA; February 22, 2001

A: Yes, Hypsibema, Lophorhothon, and Zatomus have been found in North Carolina.



Q: What were the Altispinax?
from lala b, ldkak, ?, ?; February 22, 2001

A: For information on Altispinax, click here.



Q: How many species of dinosaurs have been named so far
from Jessica Reagan, Robbins, Tennessee, ?; February 22, 2001

A: About 1,000 genera have been named and many more species.



Q: Are Triceratops bird hip?
from Nicholas H, Pinedale, WY, USA; February 22, 2001

A: Triceratops was a bird-hipped (ornithischian) dinosaur.



Q: i need to know how many bones does a t-rex have and also giganotosarous have? my son is doing a science project, can you please answer me as soon as possible
from jackie j, santa paula, ca, california; February 21, 2001

A: About 200 - no complete skeletons of either have been found.



Q: AM DOING A PROJECT ON ASTRODON IN MY EARTH SCIENCE CLASS AND I WILL LIKE TO KNOW WHERE AND WHEN DID ASTRODONS FIRST DISCOVER AND WHAT FAMILY DID THEY CAME FROM ? WHAT TIPE OF SPECIES ARE THEY AND ALL ABOUT THEM WELL AM REALLY INTERESTING IN THIS SPECIFIC DINOSAUR AND HOPE YOU ANSWER ME SOON BECAUSE IS DO ON MARCH 6,2001. THANKS
from Jessica S, Houston, Tx, ?; February 21, 2001

A: For information on Astrodon, click here.



Q: Which dinosaurs have three horns?
from Hayley B, West Chester, PA, USA; February 21, 2001

A: Triceratops had three horns.



Q: How does a Coelophysis defend itself?
from Alaina C., Eau Claire, WI, USA; February 19, 2001

A: Coelophysis had sharp teeth and clawed limbs.



Q: what are 5 intresting facts about the dinosaure minmi???????ASAP please!!!!!
from jackie s, minden, ?, nebraska; February 19, 2001

A: For a page on Minmi, click here.



Q: HI, I OFTEN VISIT THIS SITE AND I REALLY ENJOY IT! I`M WONDERING IF YOU CAN GIVE SOME ADVICE ON HOW I CAN FIND OUT MORE ABOUT FEDERAL,STATE,AND LOCAL LAWS. PERTAINING TO FOSSILS,(DINOSAURS)PETRIFIED WOOD,GEOLOGIC ARTIFACTS,HISTORICAL OR ARCHAEOLOGICAL OBJECTS FOUND ON PRIVATE OR PUBLIC LANDS? (BY THE WAY I`M FROM CALIFORNIA) ANY KNOWLEDGE YOU MAY HAVE ABOUT THESE KIND OF LAWS OR WHERE I COULD FIND INFO, WOULD BE A GREAT HELP. PLEASE IF YOU BE SO KIND TO POINT ME IN A GOOD DIRECTION. THANKS
from Michael R, Napa Valley, California, USA; February 19, 2001

A: That is a very complicated issue and is hotly in debate lately - you'd need to see a lawyer who is familiar with this rather obscure issue. You need a permit to take fossils from public lands. On private land, you must certainly contact the owner (and preferably have a written contract with the owner). The recent case of the T. rex fossil Sue is a good example of what not to do - it was in court for years to determine ownership.



Q: Can you tell me three(3) reasons for bird extinction ?
from Laura C, Northridge, California, USA; February 19, 2001

A: Loss of habitat, over hunting, and pesticide use are three (of many) causes of bird extinctions.



Q: How long did dinosaurs dominate the earth?
from Jessica C., West Seneca, NY, USA; February 19, 2001

A: I don't about dominating, but they lived from about 230 million yeasrs ago until 65 million years ago.



Q: Were did the astroid hit when it killed the dinosaurs?
from Ariel L, San Angelo, Texas, ?; February 19, 2001

A: One hit off the coast of the Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico, another hit in the Arabian Ocean off the coast of India. For more information, click here.



Q: where can i find info on a caracharodon or carachadon?
from rachel b, ellicott, md, usa; February 19, 2001

A: For information on Carcharodon megalodon, click here.



Q: How long was Brachiosaurus' neck?
from Emily and Sarah, Coralville, IA, USA; February 19, 2001

A: Brachiosaurus' neck was up to about 30 feet (10 m) long.



Q: Is Ankylosaurus lizard or bird hipped?
from Lorenzo and Kevin, Coralville, IA, USA; February 19, 2001

A: Ankylosaurus was bird-hipped (ornithischian).



Q: Was Darwin a paleantologist?
from Lauren R, Trenton, MI, USA; February 18, 2001

A: Darwin was a biologist whose major contribution was the Theory of Evolution. His remarkable work was done primarily from observing living species that had changed over time after being isolated from others of its species in a new environment.



Q: Whatis the scientific name of the pterodactyl? Who discovered it and when? Who named it?
from lacy, ?, ?, ?; February 18, 2001

A: Pterodactylus' genus is Pterodactylus. (Like all pteranodons, dinosaurs, and most prehistoric creatures, it is known by its scientific name.) Pterodactylus was named by Cuvier in 1809. For more information on Pterodactylus, click here.



Q: DIPLCODUS DEFENSE AND DIET AND WEIGHT
from DONOVAN R., ?, SINGAPORE, ?; February 17, 2001

A: Click here.



Q: i am doing a report on my favorite dinosaur. want to do one on the longneck variety, not sure what they are called. can you help?
from mariah b, joplin, mo, usa; February 17, 2001

A: The long-necked dinosaurs, like Brachiosaurus, Apatosaurus, and Diplodocus, are called sauropods.



Q: who found the first stegasours fossil? when? where? how old was it?
from nicole, North Hollywood, organ, america; February 17, 2001

A: The first Stegosaurus fossil was found in 1876 by M. P. Felch in Colorado, USA. For more information on Stegosaurus, click here.



Q: what is a procompsignathus
from Payton.L, atlana, G.A., us; February 16, 2001

A: Procompsognathus was an early meat-eating dinosaur. For more information on Procompsognathus, click here.



Q: i want to know about T.rex
from jassmyne b, new bedford, mass, america; February 16, 2001

A: For information on T. rex, click here.



Q: how long ago did the barosaurus rule? what were its physical characteristics?
from crystal j, st.louis, mo, united states; February 16, 2001

A: Barosaurus was a long necked, long tailed plant-eating dinosaur that lived during the Jurassic period, about 156 to 145 million years ago. For more information on Barosaurus, click here.



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