This is the one thing that has been wondering for ages. I've always been fascinated with some dinosaurs. I think the herbivore dinosaurs were caring but what about the meat eaters like the velociraptors, the Spinosaurus or even the T-rex itself?
The closest I can come out with is crocodiles and alligators, that dig their nest, then comes back for warm its hatchings and is with the mother for around a year. Would that have been the case for those killing machine tyrant lizards?
Most Helpful Guy
Wolves are predators but they care greatly about their young, same thing applies to dinosaurs as well, the young were always well protected. A lot of modern predators care greatly for their young to.1
Most Helpful Girl
It would be difficult for a species to be successful if it didn't do something for it's offspring. There are a lot of birds that look after their babies, so I'm sure dinosaurs did at some point too.1