The Trilobites ended in 1992.
The Trilobites was created in 1984.
They were arthropods. Trilobites are extinct.
Trilobites did not have jaws, therefore they could not bite.
Trilobites are a fossil group of marine arthropods. Trilobites are now extinct, but are one of the first-known types of arthropods.
Trilobites are extinct but they were marine animals.
Trilobites: The Index Fossil There are many thousands of known species of trilobite fossils found worldwide. Trilobites are considered to be good index fossils because they evolved so rapidly, and this allows geologists the ability to date the rocks in which the trilobites are found. The discovery of trilobites is second only to the discovery of dinosaurs, and new species of trilobites are still being discovered today.
Trilobites first appeared in the Cambrian and were last seen in the Middle Permian.
No, trilobites are not alive today. They went extinct in the Middle Permian.
Trilobites are in the phylum arthropoda it means jointed foot.
There were more than 150,000 kinds of trilobites and they lived in the Cambrian period. They were the longest living arthropods in their time. People call the Cambrian period , "the age of the trilobites."
Scientists believe that trilobites reproduced sexually. These prehistoric and extinct creatures were a type of arthropod that probably laid eggs. Trilobites lived about 250 million years ago.
Trilobites became extinct about 250 million years ago, in the Mesozoic Era.
The trilobites went extinct during the mass extinction at the end of the Permian period.
Where DID trilobites live? In the ocean, between 530 million and 250 million years ago.
The first trilobites lived in the Cambrian then lived all the way through the permian
Blue-Green algae known as stromatolites lived in the Precambrian before the trilobites.
What does reproduction mean
are trilobites related to dophins, whales, and seals