Why did most amphibian groups become extinct by the end of the permian period?
Most amphibian groups became extinct by the end of the Permian period for a couple of reasons. One was that they no longer had the resources they needed.
The Permian Period
Yes, trilobites were still present in the Permian, but at much lower numbers and diversity. Only the Order Proetida remained. The Permian ended with a mass extinction, and among the many groups which went extinct at the end of the Permian were the last trilobites. See Related Links below.
three groups of amphibian
The Sapito is a type of an amphibian. There are several species of these frogs that have become endangered and conservation groups are trying to protect them.
trilobites and some other marine groups
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.
Cheetahs will NOT go extinct because with groups like CCF and other constantly helping cheetahs to survive and also educating farmers about cheetahs and learning to not kill them.
The arthropods are far from extinct. They are one of the largest groups of animals, and include about anything with an exoskeleton. Insects, spiders, crabs, lobsters, crayfish, beetles (which are insects), scorpions, and so on.
Newts & Salamanders, Frogs & Toads, Caecilians
Fish,Reptile,Mammal,Amphibian and bird
amphibian, reptile, mammal, bird, fish
Mammal, reptile, amphibian, bird, and fish.
Mammal, Archnid, Crustacean, Reptile and Amphibian.
They are any of several groups of extinct, jawless fish.
Predatory, carnivorous, amphibian, mammal, prehistoric, omnivorous, herbivorous, etc
No. The classes of animals, such as reptiles, mammals, and the subject amphibian, only apply to vertebrates. Mosquitoes are classified as invertebrates, as such are most insects, and do not fall under any of the five main animal groups.
Vertebrate: An animal with a backbone. Groups: 1.Mammal 2.Fish 3.Reptile 4.Amphibian 5.Birds
There are 10 sub-groups: Albanian Anatolian (extinct) Armenian Balto-Slavic Celtic Germanic Hellenic (Greek) Indo-Iranian Italic (includes Romance) Tocharian (extinct)
If everything did, we would not be here! As many as 50% of all species died, but there were enough survivors to evolve into the life we see around us. There were several groups that did go completely extinct: Belemnites Ammonites Mosasaurs Plesiosaurs Pterosaurs Non-Avian Dinosaurs Enantiornithines Hesperornithiforms
A whole group of people can get extinct because of many reasons. One could be a natural disaster that could wipe out them. Another is that their water supply might have run out and or a loss of food. Or an invasion from another type civilization. There are lots of types of disasters that could wipe out a group of people.
They are technically extinct, but they once travelled in packs.
Snakes, turtles, crocodiles, and extinct animals such as dinosaurs.
1.picies(fish) 2.amphibian 3.reptile 4.aves(birds) 5.mammals
A lion is a mammal. The other three animal groups named are cold-blooded (poikilotherms).
There are 10 main Indo-European Language groups: Albanian Anatolian (extinct) Armenian Balto-Slavic Celtic Germanic Hellenic (Greek) Indo-Iranian Italic-Romance Tocharian (extinct)
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.
hot blooded animals are birds and mammals and cold blooded animals are reptiles amphibian and fish
The extinct animal archaeopteryx is believed to be a link between two modern animal groups which are they?
Birds and reptiles.
Some do, some don't. But they are all extinct. So it doesn't really matter.
The four existing groups of gymnosperms are the Conifers, Ginkgoes, Cycads, and Gnetophytes (conifers, ginkgo, cycads, and gnetums). Other divisions have existed but are now extinct.
Oviparous means producing eggs that hatch outside the body of the mother. The groups are reptiles ,fish ,amphibian and a bird.
No. Most of the life that has ever lived on earth is extinct. And Dinosaurs make up only a small portion of that and aren't completely extinct either, as birds are in fact dinosaurs. Other major extinct groups of animals include trilobites, eurypterids (sea scorpions), ammonites, icthyosaurs, pterosaurs, and synapsid reptiles. There are also many extinct varieties of plant, fungus, and microorganism.
The Hutu, Tutsi's, and Twa. The Hutu's were against the Tutsi's and tried to extinct that race/kind.
Because faith is a part of god. Have faith in him to help you. So you should join faith groups so you can become more religious.
That's up to you and the other people in the world. You can make the answer to this question "no", by donating in many different way to groups like the World Wildlife Fund, or Pandas International. There are many organizations that you can volunteer or donate to, and become a part of the solutions that help save this species. I personally don't think pandas will go extinct, at least not for a long, long time… Read More
I'm sure you have to find groups to be inducted by.
An adaptive advantage regarding bacteria forming groups of cells is that these groups of cells can eventually become colonies.
NO! White tigers are definitely no extinct but, however the sad ending of the beautiful species may come if we don't provide the right care so I encourage people to stop big hunting groups and care a little more a day for the environmental wilderness and maybe we will have these wonderful species for long to come. :)
No. Dinosaurs were purely terrestrial life forms. They were accompanied by marine reptiles such as icthyosaurs and plesiosaurs, but both of these groups are extinct.
Tunicates and lancelets represent the two groups of jawless fish. All other species of jawless fish have gone extinct.
People can support different animal groups like PETA, but the obvious is to not hunt or harm them. There is one thing about man kind that I don't get? We hunt animals to the point of almost extinction, but then when they get to that point we do everything to try and save them! That really baffles me!
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I was thinking the same thing. i think that its because when one group goes extinct the new major group thrives because somehow the now extinct group died off.
join a lot of plays and acting groups
Koalas are not extinct or even endangered, Despite urging by conservation groups since around 1992, Australia's federal government has refused to list the koala as vulnerable. Even international conservation groups cannot agree. Meanwhile, the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) lists the koala as "potentially vulnerable", while the US Endangered Species Act lists the koala as "threatened".
Stag is another term for a male deer or group of male deer. There is also a group of extinct moose called "Stag-Moose".
its very simple, there is vertibrates or invertibrates, they are backbone or no backbone, or there is Bird, Amphibian, Mammal, and so on....ok? lol! bye =] Kingdom, Phylum, Class, Order, Family, Genus, Species.