Were there flying dinosaurs in the permian period?
No. There were no dinosaurs in the Permian period. The first dinosaurs appeared about halfway into the next period: the Triassic. Pterosaurs, flying reptiles that are often incorrectly called dinosaurs appeared a few million years after that. Birds, which are true flying dinosaurs, first appeared in the late Jurassic period. The only flying animals in the Permian were insects.
Dimetrodon live in the Permian period, which was before the dinosaurs.
No. Dionosaurs did not evolve until 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.
Platyhystrix was not a dinosaur. It was an amphibian. Dinosaurs did not evolve until after the permian. But, yes, it was a predator
Before the dinosaurs, in the Permian and earlier period, there were reptiles and amphibians which included pelycosaurs, archosaurs, and therapsids.
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.
Dinosaurs and lizards both belong to a branch of reptiles called diapsids, which emerged in th early Permian period. In the early Triassic period the diapsids split into two main groups: archosaurs and lepidosaurs. The archosaurs were the ancestors of dinosaurs, pterosaurs (flying reptiles), and crocodilians. The lepidosaurs were the ancestors of lizards, snakes and a third, nearly extinct branch called sphenodonts.
Dinosaurs evolved from reptiles that lived in the permian period they started to evolve bigger and better through time. They were mutants from the last animals.
No, as there was no Cretaceous-Permian extinction. There was the Permian-Triassic extinction, which ocurred before the dinosaurs appeared. Non-avian dinosaurs were wiped out in the Cretaceous-Paleogene extinction.
correct answer is A. Natural History and Permian Period
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.
some plants were conifers and ferns. they were big forests of the plants so that the dinosaurs had enogh food to eat
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.
The Triassic period began after the Permian period it was the first period of the Mesozoic era.
dimetrodon was the dominANT SPECIES OF THE permian period
The Permian Period was ended by the Permian/Triassic Extinction Event, which wiped out 90% of the species on Earth at that time.
Dinosaurs evolved from the massive reptilian survivors of the Permian mass extinction.
Only distantly, though both are technically reptiles. Dinosaurs are actually more closely related to birds than they are to snakes. The last common ancestor of snakes and dinosaurs lived in the Permian period, more than 250 million years ago.
Ther Permian was the last period of the Paleozoic era.
The Permian Period started at from 280 to 248 million years ago.
The permian period was the end of the paleozoic era.
Ther permian period lasted 48 million years.
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.
Animals such as Dimetrodon and Edaphosaurus lived during the Permian Period.
The Permian period lasted from 290 to 248 million years ago and was the last period of the Paleozoic Era.
The Permian Period was the last period of the Paleozoic Era. It lased from 299 to 251 million years ago.
What most people call "flying dinosaurs" were actually pterosaurs, flying reptiles that were unrelated to dinosaurs. However, birds are considered by most scientists to be a clade of dinosaurs, and thus birds are "flying dinosaurs."
The worst known mass extinction in Earth's history was the Permian-Triassic Extinction Event at the end of the Permian period. The Permian period was the last period of the Paleozoic Era.
What happened to the earth's continents during permian period is pangea
Yes. Amphibians first appeared in the Devonian period, long before the Permian.
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Flying dinosaurs. (Pterosaurs)
There were no flying dinosaurs. All dinosaurs were strictly walking creatures.
Yes. Flying dinosaurs are called birds. The flying reptiles known as pterosaurs were not dinosaurs, though they were related.
There was a group of flying reptiles in the dinosaur times called pterosaurs. These are sometimes called dinosaurs in informal talk, but they technically were not dinosaurs, belonging to a separate but related branch of reptiles. Most paleontologists today agree that birds are dinosaurs, having evolved from small theropods in the Jurassic period.
The Permian Period is the final period of the Paleozoic Era. It began about 290 million years ago and lasted until 248 million years ago.
The Permian is a geological period which ended about 250 million years ago.
large herbivorous dinosaurs like brachiosaurus, theropods like allosaurus, flying dinosaur like pterosaur, and marine dinosaurs like plesiosaurs. T-rex did not live during Jurassic period
Yes. The earliest birds evolved in the Late Jurassic and greatly diversified through the Cretaceous period, when the dinosaurs were still around.
No, birds are the direct living descendant of dinosaurs. However, studies have found that a gigantic dragonfly called a Meganeuropsis Americana, with a wing span of about three feet lived during the Permian period, 290 million to about 248 million years ago.
Dimetrodon was a mammal-like reptile that lived during the Permian period, which was before the dinosaurs came. It had a large saill on its back, probably to warm its body up. It walked on 4 legs and hd a tail.
The Dimetrodon first appeared in the Paleozoic era, which held the Permian period.
During the Permian, Virginia was in the central part of the supercontinent Pangaea.
The earliest dinosaurs evolved 231 million years ago. This was during the Triassic period. They evolved from relatives of today's crocodilians to fill niches that were left empty by the worst mass extinction in history, the Permian-Triassic extinction event.
Insects thrived during the Permian period. The Permian period lasted from 299 to 251 million years ago and it was between the Paleozoic and the Mesozoic periods.
There were feathered flying dinosaurs. Some are still around today. They are called birds. The flying "dinosaurs" many people imagine were not dinosaurs but a related group called pterosaurs. Pterosaurs did not have feathers