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  • Paperback
  • 96 pages
  • Dawn of the Dinosaurs: The Triassic in Petrified Forest
  • Robert A. Long
  • English
  • 17 July 2018
  • 9780945695028

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9 thoughts on “Dawn of the Dinosaurs: The Triassic in Petrified Forest

  1. says:

    220 million years ago, Arizona was near the equator The trees that became the Petrified Forest grew on a broad, humid floodplain with lakes and swamps, somewhat like today s basin, or a tropical Louisiana Most of the trees that were petrified were araucaria conifers, related to present day Norfolk Island pines Swimming in these waters were prong toothed sharks and thorny snouted fish Giant carnivorous metoposaurs lurked in the muddy swamp bottoms, while great crocodilian phytosaurs hunted the first tru...

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