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  • Predatory dinosaurs have been gone
    Predatory dinosaurs have been gone for 650,000 centuries, but that does not stop us from painting such pictures of how they made a living-how they hunted, how they spent their spare time, their social behavior, reproduction, and the like.1 We are able to do so by making deductions based on what we know about their structure and on the ...
    2018-09-1
  • Anshunsaurus
    Anshunsaurus   With its long neck and its paddle-like limbs, Anshunsaurus was thought to be some sort of ichthyosaur-like reptile when its fossils were first found. However, further study of the fragmentary remains showed that it was a thalattosaur. This came as a surprise as previously animals from this order were known only from...
    2017-08-3
  • Dactylosaurus and Corosaurus
    Dactylosaurus Another problematic group of early marine reptiles are the pachypleurosaurs - the lizards with thick ribs, fhey were once thought to have been a part of the nothosaur group but arc currently believed to be separate from them, and more primitive. The heads were short and the necks were long. Dactylosaurus was the smallest ...
    2017-07-17
  • Nothosaurs and the plesiosaur connection
    Nothosaurs and the plesiosaur connection The plesiosaurs were far better adapted for aquatic life than their relatives the nothosaurs. Their bodies were flat and rigid, and they were powered by paddles that worked with a flying action, rather like modern turtles. In Triassic times there were many that seem to be transitional between th...
    2017-07-17
  • Lariosaurus
    Lariosaurus: It appears that at least this genus of nothosaur was viviparous (able to bear live young). Several skeletons have been found associated with embryos indicating that they carried their young to maturity in their bodies. In one specimen two juvenile placodonts of the genus Cyatnodus have been found in the stomach area, a clu...
    2017-07-15
  • Henodus
    Henodus: We can imagine Henndus like some kind of reptilian ray, paddling its broad flat body across the bed of a shallow lagoon, foraging in the rippled sand with its broad mouth.   Its plate-like body would have made it better adapted to searching along flat sea beds than to the shellfish-encrusted reefs frequented by its relati...
    2017-07-13
  • Aquatic animals adopt several methods of dealing with buoyancy
    Placodus: Aquatic animals adopt several methods of dealing with buoyancy. The placodonts used what is known as pachystasis: the development of particularly thick and heavy bones to keep the body submerged. Voluminous lungs allowed them to adjust their buoyancy. Thistechnique is often used by animals that feed whilewalking along the sea...
    2017-07-12
  • The word dinosaur comes from the Greek for “terrible lizard”
    The word dinosaur comes from the Greek for "terrible lizard",but despite their name, dinosaurs are not really lizards at all. Rather, they are members of the animal group called archosaurs. Living archosaurs are crocodilians and birds. The extinct flying “reptiles” or pterosaurs, which flew on batlike wings, are also in this bunch. All...
    2017-06-4
  • Typical of the fauna of late Permian South Africa
    GORGONOPSIANS AND OTHER MEAT-EATING THERAPSIDS A rough description of the appearance of a gorgonopsiart would be a cross between a crocodile and a sabre toothed tiger. They were hunters by nature and had light agile skeletons, with long legs well adapted for rumiing. They were typical of the fauna of late Permian South Africa.(walking ...
    2017-05-15
  • Styracocephalus
    Styracocephalus The head ornament of Styracocepbalus meant that it could be recognized from a distance. The crest stuck upwards and backwards, but there is some variation in its shape, and this suggests that it changed throughout life and that it was different between the male and the female. Styracocepbalus was a large herbivore that ...
    2017-05-13
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