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Prehistoric Life During the Carboniferous Period
The Carboniferous period marks the time when reptiles and amphibians cemented their hold on dry land, while dense tropical swamps covered much of the ...
Amphibian Evolution - The Story of Prehistoric Amphibians - Dinosaurs
During the Carboniferous period, over 300 million years ago, the first tetrapods evolved features that allowed them to prosper on land as well as in water.
Prehistoric Life During the Permian Period - Dinosaurs - About.com
Climate and geography. As during the preceding Carboniferous period, the climate of the Permian period was intimately linked with its geography. Most of the ...
Carboniferous Period Info and Wildlife
The Carboniferous Period (360 to 286 million years ago), also known as the Age of Amphibians, is the fifth of six periods during the Paleozoic Era.
Periods of the Paleozoic Era - Evolution - About.com
Again, the Carboniferous Period was a time in which species diversity had to rebuild from a previous mass extinction. Since the Devonian Period's mass ...
Prehistoric Life During the Paleozoic Era - Dinosaurs - About.com
The Carboniferous period (360-300 million years ago) is famous for its dense " coal swamps" that eventually turned into modern coal deposits. It was during the ...
The First Reptiles - The Story of Reptile Evolution - Dinosaurs
Three distinct reptilian families appeared during the course of the Carboniferous and Permian periods. Anapsids like Hylonomus had solid skulls, which ...
The Three Ages of Dinosaurs - The Triassic, Jurassic, and ...
What does it mean to say that a dinosaur lived in the Triassic, Jurassic, or Cretaceous period? Here's a description of these three stretches of the Mesozoic Era, ...
The Story of Tetrapod Evolution - Dinosaurs - About.com
Tetrapod Evolution During the Devonian and Carboniferous Periods ... Ichthyostega was an important "fishapod" of the late Devonian period (Royal Tyrrell ...
Before Dinosaurs - Pelycosaurs, Archosaurs, Therapsids
Dinosaurs weren't the first four-legged reptiles to prosper on land. The Carboniferous and Permian periods witnessed a large variety of.