Often times, dinosaurs are associated with an image of failure and defeat in one's mind. This is not only because they are extinct; but also due to the fact that dinosaurs are referred to as a "helpless" species that was unable to cope with evolution. We often - and unbearably - describe dinosaurs as being stupid, big-bodied creatures. We claim that they had uniquely extensive needs and that they are incredibly strange, which led them straight to extinction. But where is the truth in all of that? How do paleontologists view Dinosaurs and their status in the living world? Can we still consider those creatures an example of failure in the evolution of living creatures?