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  • Crocodiles are large reptiles that live in water. They are modern-day relatives of dinosaurs. This page can help you to learn about these living fossils
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  • this Epoch. Ichthyosaurs, Greek for "fish lizard", were fish-like marine reptiles. They flourished in the Mesozoic Era. Where the ichthyosaurs started declining
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  • amphibians. Living decendants of primordial tetrapods include mammals, birds, reptiles and modern amphibians. http://en.wikiversity.org/wiki/2.0_Hackolution#Transformers
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  • and flowering trees." "The rise of dominant groups such as amphibians, reptiles, mammals and birds occurred by opportunistic expansion into empty ecological
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  • cytology. Def. a "pigment-bearing cell or structure found in certain fish, reptiles, cephalopods, and other animals" is called a chromatophore. Def. a "chromatophore
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  • - These reptiles can be found throughout the country in lakes, rivers, ponds, streams and marshes. Land Monitor - These Sri Lankan reptiles can climb
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  • way for the new one." "The rise of dominant groups such as amphibians, reptiles, mammals and birds occurred by opportunistic expansion into empty ecological
    46 KB (5,004 words) - 01:54, 11 April 2016
  • laboratory experiments, scientists found that they could control what sex a reptile embryo would develop into based on what temperature the embryo was exposed
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  • animals with backbones, e.g. fish of various kinds, marine and terrestrial reptiles, dinosaurs, birds, and mammals. As a representative of vertebrate paleontology
    36 KB (2,560 words) - 21:05, 25 April 2016
  • the creation of most of the world's coal. Also in this period, the first reptiles were formed. The term Pennsylvanian is a U.S. coinage that is based on
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  • called dinosaurology. Def. the "branch of biology dealing with reptiles (Reptilia) and amphibians" is called herpetology. Def. the "study
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  • Yes or No, A pigment-bearing cell or structure found in certain fish, reptiles, cephalopods, and other animals is called a chromatophore. 5. True
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  • especially insects, and some little vertebrates and they are eaten by birds, reptiles, amphibians and several groups of mammals. In the last decades there
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  • Pterosuars were the first group of reptiles to take to the air in flight. Many diminutive diapsids, lizard-like reptiles, also populated land and sea, and
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  • Dinosaurs are extinct animals who resemble reptiles, but are more closely related to birds. They lived in the Mesozoic Era
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  • Egyptian hieroglyphs were a formal writing system used by the ancient Egyptians that combined logographic and alphabetic elements. Looking at some of
    36 KB (4,027 words) - 19:43, 26 April 2016
  • finally reproduce without the need to return to water. These animals were reptiles such as the Petrolacosaurus. http://www.watersheds.org/earth/gtime02e
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  • Survival of the fittest The rise of dominant groups such as amphibians, reptiles, mammals and birds occurred by opportunistic expansion into empty ecological
    89 KB (12,854 words) - 02:04, 24 May 2016
  • internal environment. Some mammals may sweat to reduce temperature, a reptile may bask to increase it. Metabolism - Living things require energy to maintain
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  • Megophryids and Ranids were dominant groups while the fauna characteristics of reptiles appeared South China Region, and Colubrids was dominant group." "Generally
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