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  • 1. Dinosaurs
  • 2. Dinosaurs More Than Meets The Eye.
  • 3. Dinosaurs More Than Meets The Eye.
  • 4. Dinosaurs
  • 5. Dinosaurs roamed the earth millions of years ago. And then...they mysteriously disappeared! Since then Archeologists have been digging them up, and the question is...How did the dinosaurs die?
  • 6. Dinosaurs roamed the earth millions of years ago. And then...they mysteriously disappeared! Since then Archeologists have been digging them up, and the question is...How did the dinosaurs die?
  • 7. Some scientists believe that there was a severe ice age. Throughout Earth's history there have been many ice ages. The last one ended about 10,000 years ago. A very severe ice age could have changed temperatures and frozen a lot of Earth's water. The dinosaurs would not be able live under such conditions and that is how the dinosaurs became extinct.
  • 8. How Did The Dinosaurs Die? Some scientists believe that there was a severe ice age. Throughout Earth's history there have been many ice ages. The last one ended about 10,000 years ago. A very severe ice age could have changed temperatures and frozen a lot of Earth's water. The dinosaurs would not be able live under such conditions and that is how the dinosaurs became extinct.
  • 9. How Did The Dinosaurs Die? The main theory is an astroid hitting the earth and killing all the dinosaurs. Another theory is that they died of starvation because there wasn’t enough plants to feed the herbivores. The herbivores die out depriving the carnivores of their food. Some scientists believe that there was a severe ice age. Throughout Earth's history there have been many ice ages. The last one ended about 10,000 years ago. A very severe ice age could have changed temperatures and frozen a lot of Earth's water. The dinosaurs would not be able live under such conditions and that is how the dinosaurs became extinct.
  • 10. How Did The Dinosaurs Die? The main theory is an astroid hitting the earth and killing all the dinosaurs. Another theory is that they died of starvation because there wasn’t enough plants to feed the herbivores. The herbivores die out depriving the carnivores of their food. Some scientists believe that there was a severe ice age. Throughout Earth's history there have been many ice ages. The last one ended about 10,000 years ago. A very severe ice age could have changed temperatures and frozen a lot of Earth's water. The dinosaurs would not be able live under such conditions and that is how the dinosaurs became extinct.
  • 11. How Did The Dinosaurs Die? Some scientists believe that there was a severe ice age. Throughout Earth's history there have been many ice ages. The last one ended about 10,000 years ago. A very severe ice age could have changed temperatures and frozen a lot of Earth's water. The dinosaurs would not be able live under such conditions and that is how the dinosaurs became extinct.
  • 12. How Did The Dinosaurs Die? Some scientists believe that there was a severe ice age. Throughout Earth's history there have been many ice ages. The last one ended about 10,000 years ago. A very severe ice age could have changed temperatures and frozen a lot of Earth's water. The dinosaurs would not be able live under such conditions and that is how the dinosaurs became extinct.
  • 13. Some scientists believe that there was a severe ice age. Throughout Earth's history there have been many ice ages. The last one ended about 10,000 years ago. A very severe ice age could have changed temperatures and frozen a lot of Earth's water. The dinosaurs would not be able live under such conditions and that is how the dinosaurs became extinct.
  • 14. Humans might of hunted the dinosaurs to extinction. There is proof that there is a human footprint next to a dinosaur footprint dated to the same time. The human was not a caveman. Gods made dinosaurs as one of the creatures on earth. In the bible it talks about an animal with a wide body and a tail as think as a tree trunk. Some say that it might have been a hippopotamus, but do hippos have a big tail? No.
  • 15. Humans might of hunted the dinosaurs to extinction. There is proof that there is a human footprint next to a dinosaur footprint dated to the same time. The human was not a caveman. Gods made dinosaurs as one of the creatures on earth. In the bible it talks about an animal with a wide body and a tail as think as a tree trunk. Some say that it might have been a hippopotamus, but do hippos have a big tail? No.
  • 16. What Did Dinosaurs Eat? Some Dinosaurs were canivours but most were herbivores. In any food chain, there has to be more organisms at the lower levels of the chain, because the transfer of food energy is insigniffent and much of the energy is lost at each stage of the process.
  • 17. A large number of plants can support a smaller number of plant eaters. These plant eaters are eaten by a smaller number of carnivors. For example, it may have taken hundreds of acres of plants to feed a small group of Triceratops. These Triceratops could supply a single T-rex with enough food to last it’s lifetime.
  • 18. Incisivo was covered in simple, bristly feathers, not unlike the Kiwi, and probably used it’s front teeth to dig for roots and tubers, along the shores of ancient lake systems. It belonged to the theropod dinosaurs.
  • 19. Incisivosaurus Incisivo was covered in simple, bristly feathers, not unlike the Kiwi, and probably used it’s front teeth to dig for roots and tubers, along the shores of ancient lake systems. It belonged to the theropod dinosaurs.
  • 20. Incisivosaurus Incisivosaurus Gauthieri. (In-siz-ee-voh- sore-us Gaw-thee-air-ee) The name means Gauthier’s Incisor Lizard. Incisivo was 3 feet long and 1 foot heigh. It weighed 9 pounds and lived in the Cretaceous Period, 120 million years ago. Fossils have been found in Lianong Province, China. Incisivo looks like a cross between Bugs Bunny and the Road Runner. It’s diet was made up of pine cones, tree bark, and other hard plant matter. This strange little dinosaur was found in 2002 Incisivo was covered in simple, bristly and named because of it’s peculiar buck- feathers, not unlike the Kiwi, and teeth. probably used it’s front teeth to dig for roots and tubers, along the shores of ancient lake systems. It belonged to the theropod dinosaurs.
  • 21. Incisivosaurus Incisivosaurus Gauthieri. (In-siz-ee-voh- sore-us Gaw-thee-air-ee) The name means Gauthier’s Incisor Lizard. Incisivo was 3 feet long and 1 foot heigh. It weighed 9 pounds and lived in the Cretaceous Period, 120 million years ago. Fossils have been found in Lianong Province, China. Incisivo looks like a cross between Bugs Bunny and the Road Runner. It’s diet was made up of pine cones, tree bark, and other hard plant matter. This strange little dinosaur was found in 2002 Incisivo was covered in simple, bristly and named because of it’s peculiar buck- feathers, not unlike the Kiwi, and teeth. probably used it’s front teeth to dig for roots and tubers, along the shores of ancient lake systems. It belonged to the theropod dinosaurs.
  • 22. Incisivosaurus Gauthieri. (In-siz-ee-voh- sore-us Gaw-thee-air-ee) The name means Gauthier’s Incisor Lizard. Incisivo was 3 feet long and 1 foot heigh. It weighed 9 pounds and lived in the Cretaceous Period, 120 million years ago. Fossils have been found in Lianong Province, China. Incisivo looks like a cross between Bugs Bunny and the Road Runner. It’s diet was made up of pine cones, tree bark, and other hard plant matter. This strange little dinosaur was found in 2002 Incisivo was covered in simple, bristly and named because of it’s peculiar buck- feathers, not unlike the Kiwi, and teeth. probably used it’s front teeth to dig for roots and tubers, along the shores of ancient lake systems. It belonged to the theropod dinosaurs.
  • 23. Incisivo was covered in simple, bristly feathers, not unlike the Kiwi, and probably used it’s front teeth to dig for roots and tubers, along the shores of ancient lake systems. It belonged to the theropod dinosaurs.
  • 24. Incisivo was covered in simple, bristly feathers, not unlike the Kiwi, and probably used it’s front teeth to dig for roots and tubers, along the shores of ancient lake systems. It belonged to the theropod dinosaurs.
  • 25. Theropods
  • 26. Theropods Theropods were mostly carnivorous, but during the Cretaceous period, a few species of Theropods evolved into Herbivores.
  • 27. Theropods Theropods were mostly carnivorous, but during the Cretaceous period, a few species of Theropods evolved into Herbivores.
  • 28. Theropods Theropods were mostly carnivorous, but during the Cretaceous period, a few species of Theropods evolved into Herbivores.
  • 29. Theropods Theropods were mostly carnivorous, but during the Cretaceous period, a few species of Theropods evolved into Herbivores.
  • 30. Theropods Theropods were mostly carnivorous, but during the Cretaceous period, a few species of Theropods evolved into Herbivores.
  • 31. Theropods Theropods were mostly carnivorous, but during the Cretaceous period, a few species of Theropods evolved into Herbivores.
  • 32. Theropods Theropods were mostly carnivorous, but during the Cretaceous period, a few species of Theropods evolved into Herbivores.
  • 33. Theropods

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