Articles related to therapsids
Before the Dinosaurs - Pelycosaurs, Archosaurs and Therapsids
Therapsids were characterized by their more powerful jaws bearing sharper (and better differentiated) teeth, as well as their upright stances (that is, their legs ...
A Complete, A to Z List of Archosaurs, Therapsids, and Other ...
Profiles of the prehistoric reptiles--including archosaurs, pelycosaurs, therapsids, crocodiles, snakes and turtles--that preceded or lived alongside the dinosaurs.
Therapsid Pictures - Dinosaurs - About.com
Pictures, illustrations and photographs of therapsids, the mammal-like reptiles that preceded and lived alongside the dinosaurs.
Keratocephalus - About.com Therapsids - Dinosaurs
Name. Keratocephalus (Greek for "horned head"); pronounced KEH-rat-oh-SEFF -ah-luss. Habitat. Swamps of southern Africa. Historical Period. Middle Permian ...
The First Mammals (Triassic, Jurassic, and Cretaceous) - Dinosaurs
The truth, though, is very different: in fact, the first mammals evolved from therapsids ("mammal-like reptiles") at the end of the Triassic period, and coexisted with ...
Massetognathus - About.com Therapsids - Dinosaurs
This Cynognathus relative was a confirmed vegetarian.
Chiniquodon - About.com Therapsids - Dinosaurs
The middle Triassic Chiniqudon also possessed more rear teeth than other therapsids of its time--ten each in its upper and lower jaws--which means it likely ...
Ten Facts About Dimetrodon - Dinosaurs - About.com
The pelycosaurs were themselves more closely related to the therapsids, or " mammal-like reptiles," than to the archosaurs from which dinosaurs evolved-- which ...
Cynognathus - About.com Prehistoric Reptiles
... Cynognathus may have been the most mammalian of all the so-called " mammal-like reptiles" (technically known as therapsids). Classified as a " cynodont," or ...
How Did Dinosaurs Evolve? - What We Know - About.com
Scientists are unsure whether archosaurs coexisted with the therapsids (mammal -like reptiles) of the late Permian period (over 250 million years ago), ...