dinosaurs will die
Yeah, you’re probably thinking that dinosaurs will die. And I agree with you. But before you say that, let me tell you the story of my childhood.
I was a dinosaur. My mom and I used to go to the zoo every Saturday. And every time we saw a dinosaur, we would scream and jump up and down. I always thought that was pretty cool. One day we weren’t allowed to go to the zoo anymore, and when I was little I saw my mom take my sister and me to our first dinosaur. It was the biggest one I had ever seen.
When I was a kid, I was obsessed with dinosaurs. They were very mysterious to me. When I discovered that they were actually real, I remember that I was very upset. I thought that all the dinosaurs would be extinct by now, and that I would never be able to see any of them again. That was not the case. The dinosaurs that I saw in the zoo were still very much alive.
It turns out that dinosaurs are actually very much alive, as there are several of them in the wild. At the very least, if you have kids, you should take them to the zoo. It’s one of the few places where you’ll see very real, prehistoric animals. And dinosaurs, like anything else, are going to die, just like all other living things.
Just because something is extinct doesn’t mean it’s gone forever, so long as it’s still around somewhere. After all, there are still some people who believe that the dinosaurs died out over a half a billion years ago. But the truth is that they were still around for half a billion years, and the dinosaurs lived through the extinction period and then a longer period in which they were still there.
Animals are always going to die, but there will be some species who will still be around and some species who will be gone. And some animals that have been extinct for a very long time will still be around. For example, while the dinosaurs were still around, there were some species of birds that were extinct for hundreds of thousands of years, and they could still be around.
I could list an abundance of animals that are still around that are extinct, and I could point to some that are still around and some that are gone. But to just say, “Dinosaurs will die” just doesn’t cut it. To say that dinosaurs will die is like saying that birds will die. I’m not implying that birds will die, but I’m suggesting that they will die a lot faster than dinosaurs.
As a biologist, I tend to have a hard time believing that dinosaurs will die. Dinosaurs were a pretty diverse group of animals, and there are still a lot of species of birds. In the past, many species of dinosaurs went extinct at the end of the last Ice Age, and it’s pretty easy to think about it as if it was a single event or a single event with a single cause.
Dinosaurs were basically the first animals on earth (if you’re still on the Earth) to go extinct. They were the first animals that were created. They represent the pinnacle of evolution and have a lot of similarities to mammals, specifically, the ability to digest meat. This is why eating meat is bad. It’s a similar case to us, though.
I personally think that dinosaurs died because they were killed by humans, but I don’t think that it has to be that way. Humans are the ones that introduced them to their first meal of meat. That would explain why dinosaurs died.