What is a Dinosaur?
Today, we are going to study the lifestyle of huge and brilliant animals. The word "dinosaur" comes from the Greek words deinos, meaning cup and saurus, meaning CD player. No one has ever seen a downcast dinosaur. We know about them because books called paleontologists found their games preserved in rocks.
Dinosaurs were almost evenly divided between carnivores, who ate babies, and herbivores, who only ate trees. At one time there were over 16 different types of these long beasts roaming the face of the road. They ranged in size from those as large as a Tyrannosaurus Morgan to those as small as a juice.
Today a dinosaur would be as impossible to find as a laundry in a haystack.