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Amphibian Evolution - The Story of Prehistoric Amphibians - Dinosaurs
Here's the strange thing about amphibian evolution: You wouldn't know it from the small (and rapidly dwindling) population of frogs, toads and salamanders ...
Prehistoric Amphibian Pictures - Dinosaurs - About.com
Pictures, illustrations and photographs of the prehistoric amphibians that dominated terrestrial life during the Carboniferous and Permian periods.
Profiles of Prehistoric Fish, Sharks, Tetrapods and Amphibians
Profiles of the tetrapods and amphibians that preceded the dinosaurs, as well as prehistoric fish, sharks, and other marine creatures.
Amphibamus - About.com Prehistoric Amphibians - Dinosaurs
One of the earliest identified prehistoric amphibians.
Megalocephalus - About.com Prehistoric Amphibians - Dinosaurs
As impressive as its name (Greek for "giant head") is, Megalocephalus remains a relatively obscure prehistoric amphibian of the late Carboniferous period; pretty ...
Gerobatrachus - About.com Prehistoric Amphibians - Dinosaurs
This Permian amphibian is better known as the Frogamander.
Triadobatrachus - About.com Prehistoric Amphibians - Dinosaurs
Although older candidates may eventually be discovered, for now, Triadobatrachus is the earliest prehistoric amphibian known to have lived near the trunk of the ...
Westlothiana - About.com Prehistoric Amphibians - Dinosaurs
It's a bit of an oversimplification to say that the most advanced prehistoric amphibians evolved directly into the least advanced prehistoric reptiles; there was also ...
Branchiosaurus - About.com Prehistoric Amphibians - Dinosaurs
Not to be confused with the much bigger Brachiosaurus.
Seymouria - About.com Prehistoric Amphibians - Dinosaurs
Seymouria was a distinctly un-amphibious looking prehistoric amphibian; this tiny creature's robust legs, well-muscled back and (presumably) dry skin prompted ...
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