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Not only are dinosaurs still live today, you could be easily make an argument that they're more diverse than they ever have been. Living birds are dinosaurs, just like human beings are kind of primate, birds are a kind of dinosaur. Birds, based on the evidence we have, both in fossils and in comparison with living birds they probably branch off a group of, kind of, carnivorous dinosaurs we call the theropods, things that are closely related to to the animals like tyrannosaurus or oviraptor, the famous beaked dinosaur, and some of these other meat eating dinosaurs.