When the dinosaurs were alive, there was a lot of controversy about what they looked like, says artist Jann Wenner
The early dinosaurs are famous for their big heads, their furry coats, their massive jaws and their long necks.
They have also been compared to modern-day birds, elephants and giraffes.
But for all their incredible size, their bodies weren’t built to withstand the rigours of the environment.
When the early dinosaurs lived on the Earth, their bones were relatively weak, which meant that the dinosaurs had to eat lots of small animals, which helped them stay in shape.
They also needed to have a lot to eat, which means they often used small animals to keep warm.
But the ancient dinosaurs weren’t the only animals to have their own special diet.
They probably also ate small animals in the form of seeds, seeds that would grow into trees and eventually became the basis for the modern tree-planting art we see today.
Today, we know that dinosaurs also relied on insects, birds and other smaller animals to help them survive in their environments.
The earliest birds to become extinct were the Archaeopteryx, which lived in the Cretaceous period.
These birds were thought to have been the first birds to emerge from the sea, but they lived during the Jurassic period, which lasted from about 70 million years ago to 80 million years later.
Archaeopterosaurs were the largest and most powerful birds, but this may have been an exaggeration.
Archaeops are thought to be the ancestors of the modern birds, and their bones show that they ate a lot more plants and insects than modern birds.
Archaeosaurs could have had a much larger appetite, because they probably had a bigger brains than modern dinosaurs.
They would have had to use tools to dig through vegetation and to find food.
Archaeology also suggests that these dinosaurs could have also used a lot less water than modern animals, because the dinosaurs would have needed to walk around on their backs, with their arms raised, while the water would have been frozen in their bodies.
So the dinosaurs probably used more water than we think, which might have been good for them.
Archaeologis the name given to this fossilised fossil of a Tyrannosaurus rex skull that was discovered in 2010 in France.
Archaeosauruses and other extinct animals that have been dated back to the Cenozoic period, about 65 million years before the dinosaurs, have been identified as having been about 5 metres tall.
The bones of Tyrannosaurus were found at a site in the Charente region of France.
This is the site of the Jurassic era, when many dinosaurs were known to have lived.
The fossil is estimated to be between 6.5 to 8 metres tall, and was found in a sedimentary layer dating to between 65 million and 65.5 million years old.
In the Jurassic, dinosaurs evolved from theropods, which were smaller animals that ate small plants and ate insects.
They were also carnivorous, so they could eat smaller animals.
This fossilised dinosaur skeleton is believed to be about 5.5 metres tall and was discovered near the site in Charentes, France.
The discovery of the fossilised bones is considered a major discovery because it is the first fossilised specimen of Tyrannosauridae to have appeared in the fossil record.
It is believed that these animals lived between 65 and 60 million years after the dinosaurs.