It depends what dinosaur and what type of tree
A banana is not a tree but a herb. The banana leaves are bigger than the horse chestnut leaves.
A horse chestnut tree!
No. A mature oak will always be much bigger than an elder.
bigger than a skysraper
Not necessarily - for example an avocado seed is much bigger than an acorn seed but the avocado tree is a whole lot smaller than an Oak tree. Great oaks from little acorns grow.
a blue whale is bigger than a redwood tree
No because three thirds = 3/3 = 1
Bigger than a house? Haiku is universal... if you don't write small...
The fist elephannt was no bigger than a tree [and I'm not kidding].
This depends greatly on the species of the tree frog. Generally males are smaller than females, though, with most frog/toad species. :3
I say that a squirrels nest is smaller because a squirrels nest is up in a tree. A rats nest is bigger because they usally live underground which is bigger than a tree.
No, the rings don't grow bigger after they're formed; they aren't part of the tree that's growing anymore. However, the newer rings will have a larger circumference than the previous.
Well, the angles represent the tree's health. A tree with more acute angles is less healthy than a tree with bigger angles. It all depends on the angle.
how can a redwood grow so much bigger than a dandelion
A tree is bigger than a shrub and a bush is smaller than a shrub. (but some trees could be smaller than a shrub) A tree has one main trunk. A bush and shrub have many branches or stems coming out of the root.
The Silver Birch Tree. The beech Fagus sylvatica also has silver grey bark but is much bigger than the birch.
well in some causes yes they do if its not bigger than them they will go for it
a pear tree can grow big but an appe tree is bigger
If you mean 3/7 then 3/7 is greater than 4/11
Male tree frogs at the bottom of both sides have sound in the oral capsule, can issue a loud noise。And the male's bodies are bigger than the female's.