Both are neither bird nor reptile ..
Archeopteryx is a noun.
Archeopteryx was first discovered in Germany.
At Parchment Desert
It was the first known bird to of ever lived.
It was a carnivore so it only ate meat.
Protoavis, which predates Archaeopteryx, is the first link between birds and dinosaurs. Strangely, Archaeopteryx, which came later, does not appear to be related to Protoavis...which only deepens the mystery as to when birds actually "took flight."
ancient wing or ancient feather correct spelling is archaeopteryx, but archeopteryx is commonly used
No. T-Rex was a reptile like all the other dinosaurs. (maybe not Archeopteryx)
No mammals didn't decend from the dinosaurs, birds did. Bats came from common rodent ancestors.
Yes they are. Birds first originated in the Jurassic period around 150 million years ago, in the form of archeopteryx. Archeopteryx was regarded as the first link from Dinosaurs to Birds, however it was still not regarded as a 'true' bird but a dinosaur that would feature characteristics that would be found in their descendents the birds. Features found in Archeopteryx include feathers (Was actually common among its relatives the raptors) long enough that it could glide. These gliding wings would eventually developed into flying wings in the later future.
Archeopteryx belongs to the group Aves, which are a subgroup of Theropoda. They were closely related to the link between dinosaurs and birds.