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THE PERMIAN. Reptiles Dimetrodon Mammal-like Reptiles. THE PERMIAN. Eggs Amniotic egg allowed Organisms to become terrestrial. THE PERMIAN. Plants Glossopteris. THE PERMIAN. Permian Extinction. THE TRIASSIC. The Break-up of Pangaea Three-fold division of rocks in Germany

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THE PERMIAN


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    1. THE PERMIAN Reptiles Dimetrodon Mammal-like Reptiles

    2. THE PERMIAN Eggs Amniotic egg allowed Organisms to become terrestrial

    3. THE PERMIAN Plants Glossopteris

    4. THE PERMIAN Permian Extinction

    5. THE TRIASSIC The Break-up of Pangaea Three-fold division of rocks in Germany Named by Frederich von Alberti in 1834

    6. THE TRIASSIC

    7. THE TRIASSIC Absaroka Sea continues to retreat Triassic is very terrestrial Period

    8. THE TRIASSIC

    9. THE TRIASSIC

    10. THE TRIASSIC

    11. THE TRIASSIC

    12. THE TRIASSIC Joshua Chamberlain, left Little Round Top, Battle of Gettysburg 3 July, 1863

    13. THE TRIASSIC Chinle Formation, Petrified Forest National Park

    14. THE TRIASSIC Chinle Formation, Painted Desert

    15. THE TRIASSIC Triassic Reptiles Mammal-like

    16. THE TRIASSIC Dilophosaurus Triassic Reptiles Diversification of dinosaurs Coelophysis

    17. THE TRIASSIC First Marine Reptiles

    18. THE TRIASSIC Mammals Evolve

    19. THE JURASSIC Named for strata in Jura Mountains between France and Switzerland Named by Alexander von Humbolt in 1795 Redefined by Leopold von Buch in 1839

    20. THE JURASSIC

    21. THE JURASSIC Nevadan Orogeny

    22. THE JURASSIC Nevadan Orogeny

    23. THE JURASSIC Nevadan Orogeny Emplacement of batholiths

    24. THE JURASSIC Cordilleran Orogeny

    25. THE JURASSIC Cordilleran Orogeny

    26. THE JURASSIC Cordilleran Orogeny

    27. THE JURASSIC Cordilleran Orogeny

    28. THE JURASSIC Absaroka Sea continues to retreat Jurassic is very terrestrial Period Transgression of Zuni Sea at end of Jurassic

    29. THE JURASSIC Dinosaurs Ornithischian (Bird-hipped)

    30. THE JURASSIC Dinosaurs Ornithischian (Bird-hipped)

    31. THE JURASSIC Dinosaurs Saurichian (Lizard-hipped) Therapods Velociraptor Tyrannosaurus

    32. THE JURASSIC Dinosaurs Saurichian (Lizard-hipped) Sauropods Apatosaurus Diplodicus

    33. THE JURASSIC Birds Actually arose from LIZARD-hipped Dinosaurs Archeopteryx

    34. THE JURASSIC Angiosperms Arose in Late Jurassic

    35. THE JURASSIC Arches National Park

    36. THE JURASSIC Canyonlands National Park

    37. THE JURASSIC Colorado National Monument

    38. THE JURASSIC Colorado National Monument Morrison Formation

    39. THE JURASSIC More Morrison Formation I-70 Roadcut Morrison, CO

    40. THE CRETACEOUS The Age of Dinosaurs II Named for the latin word for chalk Named by Omalius d’Halloy in 1822

    41. THE CRETACEOUS

    42. THE CRETACEOUS Orogenic Events – Cordilleran continues

    43. THE CRETACEOUS Orogenic Events - Sevier Orogeny

    44. THE CRETACEOUS Orogenic Events - Sevier Orogeny

    45. THE CRETACEOUS Orogenic Events

    46. THE CRETACEOUS Orogenic Events – Laramide Orogeny

    47. THE CRETACEOUS Orogenic Events – Laramide Orogeny

    48. THE CRETACEOUS Cretaceous is very marine Period Transgression of Zuni Sea continues into the K

    49. THE CRETACEOUS Craton flooded for the last time

    50. THE CRETACEOUS Craton flooded for the last time Pierre Shale