All the animals during Permian Period?
During the Permian, all the continents were joined together in the supercontinent Pangaea, which was covered mostly by desert.
There is no Permian-Triassic period. The Permian and Triassic were two-separate geolgic period. The Permian-Triassic extinction event marks the end of the Permian period and the beginning of the Triassic period. This event was the most devastating mass extinction in Earth's history during which 90% of all life died out. It also marks the end of the Paleozoic era and the beginning of the Mesozoic.
In the permian period,The slow gradual collision of continental plates caused mountain building. Near the end of the Permian Period, all continental plates came together to form the single landmass PANGEA. Mass extinctions of many land and sea animals ocurred to signal the end of the Paleazoid Era.
along with all the other modern condinents, it blonged to the supercontinent Pangaea.
Yes. Evolution ocurred in all geologic periods.
The Permian- Triassic extinction event was the greatest extinction on Earth. 95% of all organisms died during this time period, signaling the beginning of the Triassic.
Dinosaurs were only a small part of the number of animal species which died at the end of the Cretaceous period. More than 50% of all species died at that time. Not as large a percentage as died at the end of the Permian period.
During the Permian period 250 million years ago, all of the continents were massed together into one supercontinent, Pangaea. The Atlantic Ocean didn't form until Pangaea broke apart, with the Americas moving west and Africa and Europe moving east. That didn't begin until the late Jurassic, about 100 million years later.
In the Permian all the continents were joined up to form a super land mass, the link below shows a diagram of what earth would have looked like.
Trilobites were warm blooded creatures that lived in the ocean from the cambrian period all the way until they were wiped out in in the permian period.
Yes, but not through all of its existence. Pangaea came together in the Carboniferous period and remained through the Permian. Dinosaurs appeared in the next period, the Triassic.
(Assuming you mean the Permian Period) Probably the Permian Disaster, in which the Earth was almost sterilized by a runaway greenhouse effect. 90-95% of all life perished, a far greater catasrophe than the one that killed off the dinosaurs, sea serpents, flying reptiles and ammonites.
The animals of the carbo-crap period were all horses.
The permian extinction happened about 251 million years ago right after the carboniferous period. Many scientists suspect a comet or asteroid impact, although direct evidence has not been found. Others believe the cause was flood volcanism from the Siberian Traps and related loss of oxygen in the seas. Still others believe the impact triggered the volcanism and also may have done so during the Cretaceous-Tertiary extinction. The Permian-Triassic catastrophe was Earth's worst mass extinction, killing… Read More
The Permian period lasted from 299 million until 252 million years ago while the Quaternary is the current period, which started 2.59 million years ago. Conditions through the Quaternary period were fairly similar to what they are now with two notable differences regarding recent developments. The Quaternary was dominated by a series of colder periods where glaciers covered much of North America interspersed with warmer interglacial periods. We are currently in an interglacial phase. In… Read More
No, not every women has pains during their period,but most do.
ya it is perfectly fine to go swimming during your period. i do it all the time when i have my period if it is nice out
There were no animals during this period. The only life forms were primitive bacteria which lived in sea waters. They survived by being under sea. All others were wiped out.
All animals sleep, some during the day and some during the night but they all sleep at some point
The most noteworthy feature of Paleozoic life is the sudden appearance of nearly all of the invertebrates animal phyla in great abundance at the beginning of the Cambrian. A few primitive fish like invertebrates, and then vertebrates , appeared in the Cambrian and Ordovician, scorpions in the Silurian period, land invertebrates and amphibians in the Devonian, land reptiles in the Carboniferous, and marine reptiles in the Permian. All reptiles increased in number and in variety… Read More
The most noteworthy feature of Paleozoic life is the sudden appearance of nearly all of the invertibrate animal phyla in great abundance at the beginning of the Cambrian. A few primitive fishlike invertebrates, and then vertebrates, appeared in the Cambrian and Ordovician, scorpions, in the Silurian period, land invertebrates and amphibians in the Devonian, land repliles in the Carboniferous, and marine reptiles in the Permian. All reptiles increased in number and in variety by the… Read More
All the ones that can survive for any period of time.
all animals come out during the day except for nocturnal animals nocturnal means animals that come out at night.
They all lived during the Cretaceous period.
not much at all. when you first start your period might not be much at all
Are called life spans.
It would not be a complete sentence but, there is nothing inherently grammatically incorrect in the phrase "during the all period". What you have is a reference to a period of time called "the all". Just because nobody knows what "The All" is doesn't make this grammatically incorrect.
most dinosaurs died of the meteor but a couple of periods before the cretacious period there was the permian period in which 95% of all life died as all the volcanoes erupted and shot up gas (methane) and killed them. a crocodile/ aligator is a dinosaur, 1 of the remaining dinosaurs alive as all did not die.
Yes, all animals are motile at some point in their lives.
Yes, there were amphibians. The "carboniferous" consists of the mississipian and pennsylvanian periods. The earliest amphibians, such as acanthostega, evolved during the Devonian. There were also insects. A fun mnemonic: Campbell's ordinary soups do make people puke. Cambrian, Ordovician, Silurian, Devonian, Mississipian, Pennsylvanian, Permian. The Carboniferous was the Mississippian and Pennsylvanian periods combined. Sail backed reptiles, such as dimetrodon, don't appear until the Permian. Aside from the terrestrial amphibians, the seas were also full of… Read More
No, the menstrual cycle is most common in primates.
The animals represent Russians during the Russian Revolution.
Mostly all the animals you see in the world today. alot of animals evolved from what they were back in the mesozoic period, but alot of them survived.
During there mating season.
The earliest tortoise fossils found date to theTriassic period. The remains of a turtle called Odontochelys semitestacea (a half shelled, toothed turtle) have been described from three sets of fossilised remains found in China and dated at around 220 million years old. As these already show many of the main characteristics of the modern Testudines, it can be reasonably assumed that the ancestors date back further than this. The probability is that Odontochelys semitestacea and… Read More
Animals that sleep all day and hunt for food at night are nocturnal animals
No, they do not. Many animals such as owls and bats sleep during the day. =P
You musn't dare to question the fact that the great university of Alexandria in Egypt was founded during the Hellenistic Period. Aristotle thrived during the Hellenistic Period. Alexander the Great went all "Conquering Hero" on the Persians during the Hellenistic Period.
probably monkeys, scorpions, camels, lizards, basically all the animals we see in that region now
all the animal kingdom alive during the Holocene epoch
Sail backed reptiles predate the dinosaurs. Before them, terrestrial vertebrates were a variety of Permian amphibians. Before those vertebrate animals were all fishes, both with jaws and more primitive fishes without jaws.
Noone knows for sure just how it looked, but scientists have collected fossils of animals and plants from the Jurassic. But DO NOT judge from the movie Jurassic Park. That movie has all kinds of errors.
All animals absorb oxygen and produce CO2 during respiration
Yes it wil not affect you at all
Relations with all these countries were tense.
Well it depends on what you mean. Do you mean only though hunting or are you talking about all the animals and how long the period of time it is? Are you talking about all the animals killed by humans in a year? a decade? a century? You have to be more specific with your questions.
gases must move into and out of the body
it harms all the animals
All animals have a nucleus in each cell. Animals also are able to move during at least one stage in their life. All animals are consumers. Lastly, most animals are multicellular, except for some types of Myxozoa.