The dinosaurs are a diverse group of extinct reptiles.
While reptiles include turtles, crocodiles, snakes, amphisbaenians, lizards, tetras and their extinct relatives.
Dinosaurs or 'terrible lizards' were a diverse group of animals on land.
Reptiles are tetrapod animals. Which belong to the class Reptilia.
Dinosaurs and reptiles are two types of animals that lived in the Mesozoic era.
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They have four legs and a spine.
While dinosaurs belong to the clade Dinosauria, reptiles belong to the class Reptilia.
Furthermore, dinosaurs first arose during the Triassic period, from 243 to 233.23 million years ago while reptiles arose 312 million years ago during the first Carboniferous period.
Furthermore, another major difference between dinosaur and reptile is that dinosaurs lived on land while reptiles live in both land and water.
Furthermore, the thigh bones of dinosaurs are horizontal while the thigh bones of reptiles are parallel to the ground.
Another difference between dinosaurs and reptiles is that dinosaurs have a hole in the hip socket, which allows an upright stance, whereas reptiles do not develop a hole in the hip socket.
Reptiles are ectothermic or cold-blooded animals.