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|What does the word dinosaur mean?
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Q: was lucy the first dinosoar
from ?, ?, ?, ?; April 30, 2002
A: No. Lucy was not a dinosaur at all - she was a hominid, an early ancestor of ours). For a page on the first dinosaurs, click here.
A: No one knows.
A: The dinosaur with the most of these is Maiasaura, since a large nesting ground of Maiasaura has been found (in Montana), and it included fossilized skeletons of adults, juveniles, and newly-hatched Maiasaura -- plus nests with eggs. For a page on Maiasaura, click here. All dinosaurs breathed using lungs and hatched from eggs. There is still a lot of debate as to whether dinosaurs were cold- or warm-blooded (also, some may have been warm-blooded and some may have been cold-blooded).
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A: The first geologic time scale was proposed in 1913 by the British geologist Arthur Holmes (1890 - 1965). For a geologic time scale, click here.
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A: Click here for a page on Triassic period plants.
A: For a cladogram of Tyrannosauridae by Thomas Holtz, click here. For a cladogram of Tyrannosaurids from Mike Keesey, click here.
A: A carnivore is meat-eater.
A: Plant-eating animals are called herbivores. Yes, Stegosaurus was a plant-eater.
A: Apatosaurus was a plant eater.
For information on Diplomotodon, a meat-eating dinosaur known from a single tooth found in New Jersey, click here. Since only one tooth was found (and is now lost), no one knows exactly how big it was.
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