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  1. Chapter 9 Tetrapods

  2. Lobefin fish Tetrapod origin Early tetrapod

  3. Tetrapods

  4. No True Marine Amphibians Bufo marinus

  5. Class Reptilia

  6. Reptiles --- many, major extinct lineages

  7. Many extinct marine reptiles

  8. airbreathing coldblooded

  9. Sea turtles

  10. Fossil Sea Turtle Archelon ischyros (Cretaceous, North Dakota)

  11. Sea turtles Still tied to land

  12. Sea turtles

  13. Sea turtles Conservation and study

  14. Sea Snakes

  15. Sea Snakes

  16. Marine iguana Amblyrhynchus cristatus

  17. Galapagos Islands Marine iguana

  18. Saltwater crocodile Crocodylus porosus

  19. Tetrapods

  20. “Class” Aves Birds

  21. “Class” Aves Birds are part of reptile radiation

  22. Flight

  23. Penguins

  24. Tubenoses

  25. Tubenoses Albatrosses

  26. Tubenoses Shearwater petrel

  27. Pelicans

  28. Cormorants Frigate birds

  29. A seabird gift

  30. Gulls and related birds Terns Sterna paradisaea

  31. Shorebirds

  32. Shorebirds avocet plover

  33. Shorebirds sandpiper killdeer

  34. Body form and beaks adapted to niche and function

  35. Birds and Islands

  36. Hawaiian honeycreepers Island Birds Dodo bird

  37. Wake Island Rail Gallirallus wakensis Wake Island 7 December 1941

  38. Feral Animals

  39. Unbeknownst to most ornithologists, the dodo was actually a very advanced species, living along quite peacefully until, in the 17th century, it was annihilated by men, rats, and dogs. As usual The Far Sideby Gary Larson

  40. Bird Extinctions

  41. Class Mammalia

  42. Five Marine Mammal Lineages

  43. Order Pinnipedia Seals, sea lions, walrus

  44. Sea lion skull

  45. California Sea lions – ‘sunning’ Mouth of Ventura Harbor

  46. California Sea lions – sunning

  47. Leopard seal -- Antarctic

  48. Conserving heat

  49. California Sea lions – sunning with fin