Thursday, April 23, 2009


Dinosaurs migrated during the Mesozoic age from Australia and Antarctica. The Late Triassic had land connections to all continents that greatly enhanced the potential for fauna interchange, as seen in today's environment.

Within the Early Jurassic, dinosaurs were well represented, making the switch during this time interval.

Given the dinosaurs hovered in the super continent before contentital drift, many dinosaur-bearing localities can be seen in Asia, Africa, and Europe.


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