Dinosaurs: New Findings & Theories

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    Info on the evolution of amphibians in the Carboniferous and Permian periods. During these time periods amphibians were often the dominate predators of swamps, rivers and even the costal areas.. Typically dinosaurs, mammals, etc. receive more attention than that given to the lost era of prehistoric amphibians. Prionosuchus the largest amphibian to ever live was a predator that reached ~9 meter in length. Kryostega collinsoni at 5 meters in length had enormous head and very large teeth.It was the top predator of the time.

     
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