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The Triassic Period

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Triassic Period

on 12 March 2013

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Pangaea Triassic Info THE TRIASSIC PERIOD By Amber Miller, Brooke Delaney, Hailyn Park, and Madelyn Rovira Triassic Animals Plants of the Triassic Period Fossils Found from the Triassic Period By: Amber, Brooke, Hailyn, and Madelyn TRIASSIC PERIOD -Came after the great Permian Extinction

-Almost 2/3 of life on earth was extinct in the beginning

-Wasn't until the middle of the Triassic Period that plants and animals were able to recover from the disaster -Lasted from 245-208 million years ago

-Climate was hot and dry, occasional violent monsoons This is what the continents looked like around the Triassic Period Rise of the: Age of the: Fall of the: Reptiles -In between the Permian and Jurrassic Periods

-In the Mesozoic Era Mammals Amphibians Some amphibians and ammonites became extinct within the first 5 million years of the period Examples of Triassic Animals Herrerasaurus
(dinosaur/reptile) Aphaneramma
(amphibian) Morganucodon
(mammal) The Environment Fern Neusticosaurus Morganucodon Fern Common Trees Fossils of Plants -During this time, Pangaea started to break apart -Oxygen levels reached its lowest in 500+ million years Triassic Visit Morganucodon Fern
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