Whispered Close-Up: The Fascinating History of Dinosaurs and ASMR

Dinosaurs ruled the world for millions of years and evolved from small creatures into enormous beasts. Only non-avian dinosaurs existed during their reign, and they were successful due to their unique anatomy, including upright legs and neck vertebrae that supported stronger muscles. They also had arms that allowed them to move and hunt prey. Dinosaurs were warm-blooded and lived during the Mesozoic Era, which lasted from 252 to 66 million years ago. They faced competition from crocodile-like creatures, but eventually prevailed. Unfortunately, they faced extinction when a giant asteroid hit the Earth, causing a mass extinction event. While it’s impossible to bring dinosaurs back, scientists have found ways to reverse engineer birds into "dino-chickens."

In this video, the host explores the history of dinosaurs, a group of animals that emerged 240-230 million years ago and came to rule the world about 65 million years ago. The video will cover the various periods and chronology of dinosaurs, why they died, and whether they will come back. The video will use slow-moving images to help viewers understand the history of dinosaurs. The non-avian dinosaurs will be the focus of this video, and they are the ones that exist, unless otherwise stated.

Key Takeaways

  • Dinosaurs emerged 240-230 million years ago and ruled the world about 65 million years ago.
  • The video focuses on non-avian dinosaurs, unless otherwise stated.
  • Slow-moving images will help viewers understand the history of dinosaurs.

The Emergence of Dinosaurs

Dinosaurs emerged as a group of mostly small and all creatures and evolved into the most enormous beasts that existed on land, some being meat-eating. Over time, some dinosaurs evolved into birds. The non-avian dinosaurs went extinct, leaving only the avian ones, according to this video. Dinosaurs’ unique anatomy helped them become successful, having an upright posture that freed their hands, allowing them to use their arms to move in and out, neck vertebrae that supported stronger necks, and a joint where the thigh meets the bruat.

The Emergence of Dinosaurs Table

DinosaursAvian or Non-Avian
Non-avian dinosaursExtinct
Avian dinosaursAlive

The Oldest Unequivocal Dinosaur Fossils

The oldest unequivocal dinosaur fossils were found in the Ish Provincial Park in all the Western and the genuses Herrerasaurus, Urupa, and EOD. Scientists are still debating whether a dinosaur found in Tanzania that dates to about 240 million years ago is an early dinosaur or a dinosaur group that includes and close relatives. Dinosaurs are archosaurs, a CA that includes dinosaurs, dinosaurs, and AR SS.

Oldest Dinosaur Fossils Table

Fossil LocationYear FoundGenuses
Ish Provincial ParkUnknownHerrerasaurus, Urupa, EOD
Tanzania240 million years agoUnknown

The Rise and Fall of Dinosaurs

Over time, some argosaurus, including dinosaur mors, adapted to up legs under bodies rather than out to their sprawling. The unique anatomy of the dinosaurs helped them become successful, having an upright posture that freed their hands, allowing dinosaurs to claw and kill prey. Ultimately, having arms allowed gliding, then flight in Birds. Dinosaurs were warm-blooded, according to research on their growth rates. Dinosaurs experienced many rises and falls in diversity over their 150 million-year evolutionary history.

The Rise and Fall of Dinosaurs List

  • Dinosaurs adapted to up legs under bodies.
  • Dinosaurs were warm-blooded.
  • Dinosaurs experienced many rises and falls in diversity over their 150 million-year evolutionary history.

Types of Dinosaurs

As of 2021, there were 1,545 scientifically prescribed species in the database, and 50 previously unknown species are each found, meaning there’s roughly one found species each week. All of these dinosaurs fit into one of three groups: Sarod Mora, Theod Orthia, and Robod.

Types of Dinosaurs Table

Type of DinosaursSpecies Count
Sarod MoraUnknown
Theod OrthiaUnknown
RobodUnknown

Not Dinosaurs

Many animals lived during the dinosaur era and are often confused with dinosaurs. Crocodilians are reptiles and archosaurs, meaning they are relatives of dinosaurs, but they are not

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