They don't look like dinosaurs, your second point said they did.
You said: "mixing a toad with a dinosaur doesn't turn it into a bipedal, venom-spitting frilled lizard." I was clarifying that dilophosaurus was already bipedal, as are many others, I can think of well over a hundred.
With a FRILL neck lizard
And your final point: ooh, I don't know, oh wait: dinosaurs aren't amphibians
Ok, I was getting venom mixed with poison.
@HewkiiDaKohliiHead Because they are mutants not dinosaurs, I'm not saying they're accurate dinosaurs, but they could be accurate depictions of mutants with dinosaur dna