Did George Washington know about dinosaurs?

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Did George Washington know about dinosaurs?

George Washington didn’t know dinosaurs existed, but he probably thought giants were real. America’s first president died in 1799, and science didn’t prove the existence of dinosaurs until 1841. Before then, fossilized dino bones were often thought to belong to an extinct race of giant humans.

Q. Which one is the oldest civilization in the world?

Sumerian civilization

Q. What is the ancient time period?

The span of recorded history is roughly 5,000 years, beginning with the Sumerian cuneiform script, with the oldest coherent texts from about 2600 BC. Ancient history covers all continents inhabited by humans in the period 3000 BC – AD 500.

Q. What age is the world in now?


Q. When did dinosaurs go extinct?

about 65 million years ago

Q. Did the Founding Fathers know about dinosaurs?

The Founding Fathers may have come across bones now associated with dinosaurs, though there are no records of them knowing what a dinosaur was. Thomas Jefferson collected fossils and was familiar with the study of paleontology, though: … He passed away before the first dinosaur was named.

Q. When were dinosaurs discovered in America?


Q. Did dinosaurs live in NYC?

New York has a very rich fossil record, especially from the Devonian. … Little is known about Mesozoic New York, but during the early part of the era, carnivorous dinosaurs left behind footprints which later fossilized. The early to mid Cenozoic is also mostly absent from the local rock record.

Q. Did dinosaurs live in Hawaii?

No non-avian dinosaur fossils have ever been found in Hawaii because the volcanic activity responsible for their creation did not begin until after their extinction. Hawaii therefore has rocks of both the wrong age and type to preserve dinosaur fossils. Most of Hawaii’s animal fossil record consists of marine life.

Q. What are the 5 states that border New York?

New York is bounded to the west and north by Lake Erie, the Canadian province of Ontario, Lake Ontario, and the Canadian province of Quebec; to the east by the New England states of Vermont, Massachusetts, and Connecticut; to the southeast by the Atlantic Ocean and New Jersey; and to the south by Pennsylvania.

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