It turns out that dinosaurs also lived in the Ice Age

Most of us are familiar with the theory that dinosaurs went extinct 66 million years ago due to a meteorite that crashed into the earth and then caused an ice age. According to the study of a group researching the extinction of dinosaurs, dinosaurs actually lived a long time ago.

According to the findings obtained in the research, dinosaurs existed in the ice age before the ice age about 65 million years ago, and at that time their extinction almost came to the point of extinction.

Dinosaurs lived 202 million years ago

(A depiction of a feather-adapting dinosaur believed to have survived the pre-Jurassic ice age.)

Scientists have discovered a much more mysterious and less controversial extinction that preceded the theory that the dinosaurs went extinct 66 million years ago: the ice age 202 million years ago. The extinction had occurred, which wiped out the great reptiles that had ruled the planet until then, and which apparently paved the way for the dinosaurs to take over.

So what caused this Triassic-Jurassic Extinction, and why did dinosaurs survive when other living things disappeared?

It is known that the world was mostly hot and steamy in the Triassic Period before the first extinction. Similar conditions existed in the later Jurassic era, which ushered in the age of the dinosaurs. The new research, however, turns the idea of heat-loving dinosaurs upside down.

(The Junggar Basin peaks in China, where footprints of dinosaurs thought to have survived the Ice Age are found.)

The new research provides the first physical evidence that Triassic dinosaur types, a small cluster that was largely driven into the polar regions during the Triassic period, regularly relied on freezing conditions there.

The indications obtained in the research are based on dinosaur footprints, with strange rock modules that may have been preserved only by ice. The authors of the study note that during its extinction, cold latitudes already occurring at the poles spread to lower latitudes, killing cold-blooded reptiles.

Adapted dinosaurs evolutionarily kept up with these rules, survived and reproduced. The rest goes back to the Jurassic era as we know it. What are you thinking? Please do not forget to share your ideas with us in the comments section.