What were the dominant organisms living in the Permian period?
The Permian period was about 280 to 248 million years ago. The dominant organisms in this time period were the amphibians because they were abundant. However, there were other organisms, such as synapsids, fish and invertebrates.
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dimetrodon was the dominANT SPECIES OF THE permian period
the humans were the dominant organisms in the quaternary time period
the dominant organisms living in the tertiary time period was much like mamals and dinaofd milan
The dominant organisms living at the Cretaceous period or time were first primates and flowering plants. This was the time when the extinction of the dinosaurs took place.
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Metazoans were abundant during the Vendian Period.
The dominant organism that lived in the Mississippian period were giant insects and reptiles and killer bees
Bacteria. Always have been, always will.
The dominant organisms in the Cretaceous were reptiles. On land there were dinosaurs, and in the air, there were pterosaurs. In the ocean, there were plesiosaurs and mosasaurs.
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Mammals were the dominant organisms.
The dominant organisms of the Devonian Period were vertebrate fish. It has often been called the Age of the Fishes.
Many different organisms went extinct at the end of the Permian. Some of them include trilobites, conodonts, sea scorpions, and blastoids. Many other groups were nearly wiped out, with only a few species surviving. Brachiopods were decimated by the extinction event and never fully recovered as clams became more dominant.
The dominant organism during the ordovician time period is the cephalopods. answered by: Baleigh Allman :) <3
Which two types of organisms both survived the mass extinction that occurred at the end of the Permian Period?
corals and vascular plants
Trilobites were the dominating organism.
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The Triassic period began after the Permian period it was the first period of the Mesozoic era.
Fish, in fact it has been referred to as "The Age of Fish" (I know that sounds goofy but its true) many other organisms evolved too like land plants and the first amphibians
Some of the dominant organisms during the ordovician period inlcude green algae, coral reefs, mollusks, land plants and jawless fish. *By G1N4* also there were cephalopods and bronchiopods as well.
The Permian Period was ended by the Permian/Triassic Extinction Event, which wiped out 90% of the species on Earth at that time.
Ther Permian was the last period of the Paleozoic era.
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the dinousars, Brachiopods, Spirifid, Terebratulid, and Terebratulid
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The dominant organisms during the carboniferous time period were plants. They were large, vascular, land plants that sometimes grew to be one hundred feet or more.
During the Tertiary Period the dominant organisms were mammals. These mammals included the many different types of dinosaurs that were roaming the earth 65 million years ago. Other organisms included bony fish such as bass and trout, flowering plants, insects, and birds.
The Permian Period started at from 280 to 248 million years ago.
Ther permian period lasted 48 million years.
The permian period was the end of the paleozoic era.
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 was the last period of the Paleozoic Era. It lased from 299 to 251 million years ago.
The Permian period lasted from 290 to 248 million years ago and was the last period of the Paleozoic Era.
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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You may face troubles with the organisms, for the sea life was then dominant... but most likely it would just be the humidity of the time, and the dominant, or dangerous organisms during the time.
Crinoids and ammonites were the dominant marine life forms during the Mississippian stage of the Carboniferous 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.
The Paleozoic is an ERA which is made up of 6 periods: Cambrian, Ordovician, Silurian, Devonian, Carboniferous, and Permian. Over this 291 million year period, there was a great diversity in fungi, plants, and animals. The first half was dominated by marine algae, plants, fish, tetrapods, and insects. The second half of the Paleozoic era was dominated by reptiles and amphibians.