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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 ...
Therapsid Pictures - Dinosaurs - About.com
Therapsids, also known as the mammal-like reptiles, evolved in the middle Permian period and lived alongside the earliest dinosaurs. Here are pictures ...
Dinosaur Glossary - Definition of Therapsids - Dinosaurs - About.com
Definition: A family of synapsid reptiles with mammal-like traits, such as hair and warm-blooded metabolisms, that prospered during the Permian and Triassic ...
Massetognathus - About.com Therapsids - Dinosaurs
This Cynognathus relative was a confirmed vegetarian.
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.
Arctops - About.com Therapsids - Dinosaurs
Some of the therapsids, or "mammal-like reptiles," of the Permian period were very mammal-like indeed. A good example is Arctops, the "bear face," an ...
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 ...
The Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Animals of Russia
Before and during the Mesozoic Era, the Russian landscape was dominated by two kinds of creatures: therapsids, or mammal-like reptiles, during the late ...
Chiniquodon - About.com Therapsids - Dinosaurs
This therapsid reptile looked like a scaled-down jaguar.
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 ...
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