Apart from Tyrannosaurus Rex and Triceratops, dinosaurs with long necks are easily recognisable as prehistoric animals. Whenever someone says the word dinosaur, it’s one of the most likely images you’ll think of. They are quite prevalent in movies, toys, and various forms of merchandise and pop-culture.
Dinosaurs are always a hot debate. If that wasn’t the case, then this website wouldn’t be here. Naturally we’re excited to uncover the Jurassic World 3 dinosaurs.
For a long time, scientists have been researching whether or not dinosaurs were feathered. Getting evidence of feathered dinosaurs is nearly impossible. Because feathers are of keratin. They tend to break down before it becomes a fossil. But, still, some facts show the existence of feathered dinosaurs.
Dinosaurs were hatched as new offspring from eggs laid by female dinosaurs. Their eggs were identified and described for the first time in 1859. These eggs were elongated or round and had brittle shells. Other than oval and elongated some potato-shaped, football-shaped, grapefruit-sized eggs have also been observed. There have been different egg placements such as in the groups of 5-25, in the circle-shaped, and spiral-shaped arrangement. While some dinosaurs also laid eggs in rows.
It is a story that dates back to the times of a great naturalist called Charles Darwin and even before him. Before him, organisms were being classified into kingdoms and lower taxa, but the basis for their classification was mainly focused on morphology.
Hi and welcome. We’re very pleased to have Dinosaur Info up and running.
The goal of this website is to help strengthen true and authentic web media about these ancient reptiles. We have found that there’s a lot of sensational information about dinosaurs, which may or may not be accurate. These sensational articles created for clicks and ad views. That’s not what we’re about here!
Once a month we’ll feature a fact page on a random dinosaur species. We’ll also occasionally update our blog with interesting facts and up-to date scientific information on dinosaurs.
We can hardly wait to start sharing content with you!