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Dinosaurs October 18, 2005 Jennifer Catron. VA SOL: Living Systems 3.5 The student will investigate and understand relationships among organisms in aquatic.

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1 Dinosaurs October 18, 2005 Jennifer Catron

2 VA SOL: Living Systems 3.5 The student will investigate and understand relationships among organisms in aquatic and terrestrial food chains. 3.5 The student will investigate and understand relationships among organisms in aquatic and terrestrial food chains. a) producer, consumer, decomposer a) producer, consumer, decomposer b) herbivore, carnivore, omnivore, and b) herbivore, carnivore, omnivore, and c) predator and prey c) predator and prey

3 What do we know about dinosaurs? Were they big or small? Did people see real dinosaurs? Are there still dinosaurs around today? When were dinosaurs here?

4 Fossils We know about dinosaurs because we found fossils in the earth. We know about dinosaurs because we found fossils in the earth. Scientists who study fossils to learn about dinosaurs are called paleontologists. Scientists who study fossils to learn about dinosaurs are called paleontologists.

5 What fossils tell us about Dinosaurs.

6 Plant eaters Some dinosaurs ate plants, even though they were very big. Some dinosaurs ate plants, even though they were very big. Plant eaters did not eat other dinosaurs, and were prey for meat eaters. Plant eaters did not eat other dinosaurs, and were prey for meat eaters.

7 triceratops Plant eater Plant eater Twice as large as a rhinoceros Twice as large as a rhinoceros Three-horns on its head Three-horns on its head Large head Large head Small mouth Small mouth

8 Meat eaters Some dinosaurs were called predators because they ate other dinosaurs. Some dinosaurs were called predators because they ate other dinosaurs. T-Rex was the largest meat eater. T-Rex was the largest meat eater.

9 T-Rex King of the Dinosaurs King of the Dinosaurs Meat eater Meat eater Predator Predator Large head Large head Large mouth Large mouth Large teeth Large teeth

10 Were Dinosaurs…. Mammals? Mammals?  Did they have hair?  Did they feed their babies milk?  Did they have live births?

11 Or were Dinosaurs Reptiles? Reptiles?  Did they lay eggs?  Did they have skin like lizards and alligators?

12 Where are the dinosaurs? extinct extinct

13 What do we know about the Dinosaurs?

14 Works Cited When Dinosaurs Roamed America. Discovery Channel School unitedstreaming. 20 November 2005 (clip Dinoprofile: Triceratops) When Dinosaurs Roamed America. Discovery Channel School unitedstreaming. 20 November 2005 (clip Dinoprofile: Triceratops) When Dinosaurs Roamed America. Discovery Channel School unitedstreaming. 20 November 2005 (clip Dinoprofile: T-Rex) When Dinosaurs Roamed America. Discovery Channel School unitedstreaming. 20 November 2005 (clip Dinoprofile: T-Rex) Where did they Go?: A Dinosaur Update. Rainbow Educational Media unitedstreaming. 20 November (clip Why They Became Extinct) Where did they Go?: A Dinosaur Update. Rainbow Educational Media unitedstreaming. 20 November (clip Why They Became Extinct)http://unitedstreaming.com/ Exploring Dinosaurs. United Learning unitedstreaming. 20 November (clip Fossils) Exploring Dinosaurs. United Learning unitedstreaming. 20 November (clip Fossils)


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