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Dinosaurs are a diverse group of reptiles belonging to the dinosauria clade. It is from the greek meaning "terrible lizard" and was coined in by Richard Owen. Dinosaurs arose in the early Triassic, around million years ago, from archosaurs a division including dinosaurs, crocodiles , pterosaurs , and many other less well known groups , and radiated in the early-mid Jurassic, reaching their greatest diversity around the late Jurassic and early Cretaceous. Most lineages of dinosaurs became extinct during the Cretaceous—Paleogene K-Pg Event extinction event s  66 million years ago. The dinosaur phylogeny survives today only in birds. Dinosaurs in popular culture have often been depicted as a giant, lumbering, and cold-blooded beasts. In reality, the group was highly diverse with organisms ranging in size from 28 cm 'Ashdown Maniraptor' — unknown species  to 60 m in length Amphicoelias — rough estimate and were dynamic active animals. As a whole, dinosaurs were highly likely to have been warm-blooded.