The climate in the Permian period was varied, from being in an ice age to relatively warm climates
Tempatures during the Permian period would have been cooler because of continental drift of Pangea toward the northern parts of the globe. The conditions are also considered to be dry during this time period, where animals had to adapt to the climate becoming less water-based.
During the Permian, all the continents were joined together in the supercontinent Pangaea, which was covered mostly by desert.
They were much like they are today, but in different positions
The climate in the Permian period was very dry. Only certain portions received rain throughout the year. Temperature were unstable and widely changeable during this time.
In the Permian Period, the land on Earth was a giant landmass called Pangaea. It was arid and desert-like. The creatures probably would have like a freshwater lake.?æ?æ
== == The same geology that exists today existed in the Permian. Extrusive, igneous, and metamorphic rocks, volcanoes, tectonic plate movements, mountain creation, etc.
it was nasty
Pangea finished forming during the Permian Period so there was only one landmass. It gradually became more arid and the south was very cold and much was under an ice pack. The period ended with over 90 percent of marine life and 70 percent of land animals extinct.
The dimetrodon was a large, mammal-like reptile that lived during the Permian period, 260-280 million years ago. but it went extinct in the Permian Mass Extinction in 250 million Years ago.
It was a dry period so i assume that it was dry and humid.
grassy and naked
The environment was covered with trees and grass, and the air was warm and moist.
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.
it was icy and dry
what was the cambrian period environment like compared to the present
during the tertiary period, there was mostly trees and plants. during the quaternary period, the earth's climate cooled, so there was more ice.
it was warm and tropical in most areas.
what was the environment like compared to the present
Many of earth's marine invertebrates were extinct, and many other species that had evolved on earth were extinct as well, so basically the ecosystem was "rebuilding" after the Permian mass-extinction.
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.
During which period.
the environment during the cretaceous period was warm with ice-free poles. Back then, there were mostly dinosaurs roaming the earth, but other mammals we see today were starting to appear.