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Meirba Asencio. Mesozoic: When the Dinosaurs Ruled the Earth. What’s Mesozoic . Mesozoic means “middle animals” in Greek It’s made up of three time periods that span from 65 mya- 250mya A time when the dinosaurs lived And when the continents made up a super continent, Pangea. FUN FACT.

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Meirba Asencio

Mesozoic: When the Dinosaurs Ruled the Earth


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What’s Mesozoic

  • Mesozoic means “middle animals” in Greek

  • It’s made up of three time periods that span from 65 mya- 250mya

  • A time when the dinosaurs lived

  • And when the continents made up a super continent, Pangea

FUN FACT

Mesozoic was the second choice for the name of this time era


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TJC

  • Triassic was the earliest part of the Mesozoic era.

  • The Triassic was a dry dessert like period.

  • Jurassic was the middle part.

  • The Jurassic was a wet, hot and sticky.

  • Cretaceous was the end of the Mesozoic era.

  • The Cretaceous had volcanic activity as well as the seasons were beginning to develop.


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Fun Fact

What was it like in the Mesozoic?

The first dino to be named was Megalosaurus in 1824.

  • Not many other animals besides dinosaurs, some birds, and some reptiles

  • Plant life was mostly conifer trees, pine trees, and some flowering plants


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♫Dinosaurs

Fun Fact

There are 700 dino’s that have been id and named.


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Shield Dino’s

Fun Fact

Stegosaurus had brains the size of a walnut.

Stegosaurus

Ankylosaurus


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Bonehead Dino’s

Lambeosaurus

Pachycephalosaurus


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Frill heads Dino’s

Fun Fact

I was about twice the size of a rhino.

Triceratops

Chasmosaurus


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Duck bill Dino’s

Iguanodon

Edmontosaurus


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Long Neck Giant Dino’s

Fun Fact

The heaviest dino was Brachiosaurus, 80 tons to be exact.

Apatosaurus

brachiosaurus


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Meat Eaters Dino’s

Fun Fact

The fiercest dino was the Utahraptor

Allosaurus

Tyrannosaurus


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Raptors

Fun Fact

Did you know Oviraptor means egg stealer.

Oviraptor

Velociraptor


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Common Misconceptions

  • Pterosaurs is NOT a dinosaurs

  • Aquatic Reptiles were NOT dinosaurs




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Resources

  • www.google.com

  • http://www.windows.ucar.edu/tour/link=/earth/geology/hist_mesozoic.html&edu=high

  • www.youtube.com

  • http://www.absoluteastronomy.com/topics/Mesozoic

  • http://www.thedinosaurmuseum.com/html/dinosaur-facts.html

  • http://www.mantyweb.com/dinosaur/Oviraptor.htm

    Picture Resources

  • http://media-2.web.britannica.com/eb-media/50/8050-004-55077BBF.jpg

  • http://www.ucmp.berkeley.edu/mesozoic/mesozoic.gif

  • http://www.imss.fi.it/milleanni/cronologia/biografie/arduin.jpg

  • http://bogglesworldesl.com/images/reptilecards_pterosaurs.jpg

  • http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_wpx5TjZJ4cA/RbFyyR0OhxI/AAAAAAAAAFo/4UP_k4BasZ4/s320/lambeosaurus-2.jpg

  • http://student.valpo.edu/tmonson/Practice/stegosaurus.jpg

  • http://thomas.thomlex.com/dinosaurs/ankylosaurus.jpg

  • http://supreme.ph/wp-content/uploads/2008/02/triceratops.jpg

  • http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/1/1f/Chasmosaurus_BW.jpg

  • http://www.cbv.ns.ca/marigold/history/dinosaurs/datafiles/edmontosauruspic.gif

  • http://www.linkandpinhobbies.com/Graphics/di_iguanodon.jpg

  • http://psychosaurus.com/dino/images/apatosaurus.jpg

  • http://users.tellurian.net/teach/dinosaur/brachiosaurus.jpg

  • http://www.plesiosauria.com/dinotoyimage/allosaurus_papo.jpg

  • http://www.ansp.org/museum/dinohall/images/walters_tyrannosaurus.jpg

  • http://csotonyi.com/Oviraptor02.jpg

  • http://www.healthstones.com/dinosaurstore/papo_dinosaur_toys/papo_velociraptor_dinosaur_toys/papo_velociraptor_dinosaur_toys.jpg


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