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Cynognathus - About.com Prehistoric Reptiles
One of the most fascinating of all prehistoric creatures, Cynognathus may have been the most mammalian of all the so-called "mammal-like reptiles" (technically ...
Cynognathus Picture - Dinosaurs - About.com
Cynognathus had many "modern" features normally associated with mammals ( which evolved tens of millions of years later). Paleontologists believe this ...
How Did Dinosaurs Evolve? - What We Know - About.com
To show the strange twists and turns evolution can take, consider one of the most famous therapsids, Cynognathus ("dog jaw"). About the size of a large dog, ...
10 Missing Links in Vertebrate Evolution - Dinosaurs - About.com
This therapsid, or "mammal-like reptile," wasn't any more of a missing link than others of its kind (such as Cynognathus or Thrinaxodon), but its worldwide ...
Prehistoric Life During the Triassic Period - Dinosaurs - About.com
A guide to the animals, plants, climate and geology of the Triassic period (250- 208 million years ago).
Therapsid Pictures - Dinosaurs - About.com
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Before the Dinosaurs - Pelycosaurs, Archosaurs and Therapsids
There's solid evidence that reptiles like Cynognathus and Thrinaxodon had fur, and they may also have had warm-blooded metabolisms and black, wet, dog-like ...
Prehistoric Reptiles A to Z - Dinosaurs - About.com
Profiles of the prehistoric reptiles--including archosaurs, pelycosaurs, therapsids, crocodiles, snakes and turtles--that preceded or lived alongside the dinosaurs.
The First Mammals (Triassic, Jurassic, and Cretaceous) - Dinosaurs
... the line of "mammal-like reptiles" that arose in the early Permian period and produced such uncannily mammal-like beasts as Thrinaxodon and Cynognathus.
Karoo Basin – Profile of the Dinosaur Fossil Site Karoo Basin
In fact, the geological zones of the Karoo Basin are named after their most famous finds: there's a Cynognathus Zone, a Lystrosaurus Zone, and on and on.