How do we spell dinosaurs?

How do we spell dinosaurs?

Correct spelling for the English word “dinosaur” is [dˈa͡ɪnəsˌɔː], [dˈa‍ɪnəsˌɔː], [d_ˈaɪ_n_ə_s_ˌɔː] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

What is the plural of Dino?

dino (plural dinos)

What dinosaurs are still alive today?

Other than birds, however, there is no scientific evidence that any dinosaurs, such as Tyrannosaurus, Velociraptor, Apatosaurus, Stegosaurus, or Triceratops, are still alive. These, and all other non-avian dinosaurs became extinct at least 65 million years ago at the end of the Cretaceous Period.

Which was bigger mosasaurus or Megalodon?

People always say it’s 20.4 meters, but in reality it’s around 18 meters and weigh 50, not 100 tons. But according to a new study, it was smaller. So It was around 14.2-15.3 meters long, and possibly weighing 30 tons. Mosasaurus was longer than Megalodon so yeah.

Why did Rexy not kill Blue?

The Rex was likely too tired from the Indominus to attack them, and as for Blue, she showed respect for them because of Owen. LiamJaco1998lfc wrote: It’s been nagging at me almost since i seen the film yesterday. Rexy seen that they were their and she is a carnivore so i suspected she should of turned on them.

Who is bigger Spinosaurus or mosasaurus?

The Mosasaur Size Chart says that Mosasaurus is the largest mosasaur (like how I think), and compared to the T-Rex size, Mosasaurus is definitely bigger than both I-Rex and T-Rex. I think that it reached 16-18 meters (That’s about 55-60 feet, bigger than Spinosaurus, I-Rex, and T-Rex.)

What was the biggest baddest dinosaur?


Who was the strongest dinosaur?

Q: Which dinosaur was the strongest? A: The strongest was probably the biggest, ultrasauros, who was six-stories high. Or, among meat-eaters, T. rex.

What was bigger than at Rex?

Known as Spinosaurus, the colossal predator sported a massive finlike sail on its back and a 3-foot-long (0.9 meters) jaw full of jagged teeth. Bigger than both T. rex and Gigantosaurus, it lived in the swamps and rivers of North Africa during the Cretaceous Period, about 112 million to 97 million years ago.