How are lizards and dinosaurs alike and different?


They are alike in that both had scales. They are different in that dinosaurs were warmblooded (though this is arguable) whereas reptiles are coldblooded, in that it is known that some, dinosaurs had feathers over their scales, that the predator-prey
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