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Amphibian Evolution - The Story of Prehistoric Amphibians - Dinosaurs
For tens of millions of years, these early amphibians were the dominant ... (See a gallery of prehistoric amphibian pictures and a list of 10 recently extinct ...
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.
Koolasuchus - About.com Prehistoric Amphibians - Dinosaurs
This Australian amphibian outlived its northern cousins. ... and Therapsids · Prehistoric Amphibians - The Story of Amphibian Evolution. Ads. &ensp. &ensp ...
Diplocaulus - About.com Prehistoric Amphibians - Dinosaurs
Diplocaulus is one of those ancient amphibians that looks like it was put together wrong out of the box: a relatively flat, unremarkable trunk attached to a hugely ...
Gerobatrachus - About.com Prehistoric Amphibians - Dinosaurs
Today, the verdict is mixed; Gerobatrachus may well be as important as claimed, but it may also have represented a side branch of prehistoric amphibians that ...
Branchiosaurus - About.com Prehistoric Amphibians - Dinosaurs
Not to be confused with the much bigger Brachiosaurus.
Beelzebufo (Devil Frog) - About.com Prehistoric Amphibians
Reprising a common theme, this prehistoric amphibian evolved to its giant size on the relatively isolated Indian Ocean island of Madagascar, where it didn't have  ...
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 ...
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 ...
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