homed dinos roc and erosurs duckb mored sauropods prosauropods other theropods watives theropods (meal eating dinosaurs) omithischians (bird-hipped dinosaurs) saurischians (lizard- hipped dinosaurs) dinosaurs omithodirans (archosaurs related to archosaurs (ruling reptiles) Using the cladogram above, answer the questions below considering the type of grouping and character: It

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homed
dinos
roc and
erosurs
duckb mored
sauropods prosauropods
other
theropods
watives
theropods
(meal eating
dinosaurs)
omithischians (bird-hipped
dinosaurs)
saurischians (lizard-
hipped dinosaurs)
dinosaurs
omithodirans (archosaurs related to
archosaurs (ruling reptiles)
Using the cladogram above, answer the questions below considering the type of grouping and character:
It
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homed dinos roc and erosurs duckb mored sauropods prosauropods other theropods watives theropods (meal eating dinosaurs) omithischians (bird-hipped dinosaurs) saurischians (lizard- hipped dinosaurs) dinosaurs omithodirans (archosaurs related to archosaurs (ruling reptiles) Using the cladogram above, answer the questions below considering the type of grouping and character: It