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Eryops - About.com Prehistoric Amphibians - Dinosaurs
One of the best-known prehistoric amphibians of the early Permian period, Eryops had the broad outlines of a crocodile, with its low-slung trunk, splayed legs ...
Eryops Picture - Dinosaurs - About.com
Eryops had the broad outline of a crocodile, with its low-slung trunk, splayed legs and massive head. One of the biggest land animals of its time, it wasn't all that ...
Amphibian Evolution - The Story of Prehistoric Amphibians - Dinosaurs
Another late Carboniferous/early Permian genus, Eryops, was much shorter than Eogyrinus but more sturdily built, with massive, tooth-studded jaws and strong ...
Prehistoric Amphibian Pictures - Dinosaurs - About.com
Diadectes. Diadectes. diplocaulus -. Diplocaulus. Diplocaulus. eogyrinus - Nobu Tamura. Eogyrinus. Eogyrinus. eryops - Wikimedia Commons. Eryops. Eryops.
Orthacanthus - About.com Prehistoric Sharks
There's been some speculation that Orthacanthus feasted on large prehistoric amphibians (Eryops being cited as a likely example) as well as fish, but proof for ...
Prehistoric Life During the Permian Period - Dinosaurs - About.com
Two of the most notable amphibians of the early Permian were the six-foot-long Eryops and the bizarre Diplocaulus, which looked like a tentacled boomerang.
The Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Animals of Texas - About.com
Among the genera calling Texas home were Eryops, Cardiocephalus and the bizarre Diplocaulus, which possessed an oversized, boomerang-shaped head.
Branchiosaurus - About.com Prehistoric Amphibians - Dinosaurs
This six-inch-long creature was once thought to have represented the larval stage of larger "temnospondyl" amphibians (like Eryops), but an increasing number ...
Amphibamus - About.com Prehistoric Amphibians - Dinosaurs
Amphibamus seems to have been a much smaller version of the larger, crocodile -like "temnospondyl" amphibians (such as Eryops and Mastodonsaurus) that ...
10 Dinosaur-Sized Prehistoric Animals - About.com
... about the size it might have attained if it hadn't been pulverized in the K/T Extinction. eryops -. Eryops, a close relative of Kryostega (Wikimedia Commons).