When did the Spinosaurus live?

When did the Spinosaurus live?

112.03 million years ago – 72.1 million years ago (Albian – Campanian)

What era did the T Rex live in?

Late Cretaceous
rex lived at the very end of the Late Cretaceous, which was about 90 to 66 million years ago.

What time period did the velociraptor live in?

89.8 million years ago – 72.1 million years ago (Cretaceous – Maastrichtian)

What type of dinosaur was titanosaur?

sauropod dinosaurs
Titanosaur, (clade Titanosauria), diverse group of sauropod dinosaurs classified in the clade Titanosauria, which lived from the Late Jurassic Epoch (163.5 million to 145 million years ago) to the end of the Cretaceous Period (145 million to 66 million years ago).

How long did the dinosaurs live on Earth?

Dinosaurs lived over 180 million-year span that ranged from the Triassic Period when all continents were joined as a single landmass known as Pangea beginning 250 million years ago through the Cretaceous Period ending 66 million years ago. The Earth looked a lot different during the Mesozoic Era, from 250 million to 65 million years ago.

When did the first true dinosaur come out?

What we do know is that the first true dinosaurs emerged sometime in the later part of the middle Triassic period. It is believed that they evolved within a single lineage of archosaurs, whose living descendants are birds and crocodilians (true crocodiles, alligators, and caimans).

What was the time period after the extinction of the dinosaurs?

The period since the dinosaurs’ extinction is known as the Cenozoic and is divided into 2 periods: the Paleogene period (which is itself divided into the Paleocene, Eocene and Oligocene epochs), and the Neogene period (which is itself divided into the Miocene, Pliocene, Pleistocene and Holocene epochs).

Which is the heaviest dinosaur in the world?

While there have been several other contenders for the title, Argentinosaurus is still widely considered the heaviest dinosaur. Based on its mid-range estimate, it weighed the same as about nine T. rexes or 13 African elephants! Argentinosaurus isn’t without its rivals for the heavyweight title.