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  • Triassic* flora and fauna differ significantly from the Permian biota lost to the greatest extinction event of the Phanerozoic Eon. The differences in Permian and Triassic biota are so great that they also mark the transition between the Paleozoic and the Mesozoic Eras. — “Triassic HSU NHM”, humboldt.edu
  • The Triassic also follows the largest extinction event in the history of life, and so is a time when the The organisms of the Triassic can be considered to belong to one of three groups: holdovers from the Permo-Triassic extinction, new groups which flourished briefly, and. — “The Triassic Period”, ucmp.berkeley.edu
  • Triassic - from WN Network. WorldNews delivers latest Breaking news including World News, U.S., politics, business, entertainment, science, weather and sports news. Search News and archives in 44 languages. — “Triassic”,
  • Triassic adj. Of or belonging to the geologic time, system of rocks, or sedimentary deposits of the first period of the Mesozoic Era, characterized. — “Triassic: Definition from ”,
  • A quick guide to the animals, plants, climate and geology of the Triassic period (250-208 million years ago). — “The Triassic Period - Dinosaur Life During the Triassic Period”,
  • The Permian-Triassic (P/T) Extinction Event marked the end of the Permian Period of the Triassic land was predominately the supercontinent Pangea (meaning all the land) located. — “Mesozoic Era Paleobiology”,
  • The extinction event that closed the Triassic period has recently been more accurately dated, but as with most older geologic periods, the rock beds that define the start and end are well identified, but the exact dates of the start and end of the period are uncertain by a few million years. — “Triassic - Definition”,
  • The Triassic period is an interval of about 51 million years defined on the geologic time scale as spanning roughly from 251 to 200 million years ago (mya) The extinction event that closed the Triassic period was the Triassic-Jurassic extinction event. — “Triassic - New World Encyclopedia”,
  • The proposal by Mietto et al. (see Albertiana, v. 36, 2007) for the Global Boundary Stratotype Section and Point (GSSP) defining the base of the Carnian Stage of the Triassic has passed both the base-Carnian Task Group and STS voting membership by unanimous vote. — “Subcommission on Triassic Stratigraphy”, paleo.cortland.edu
  • Definition of Triassic in the Online Dictionary. Meaning of Triassic. Pronunciation of Triassic. Translations of Triassic. Triassic synonyms, Triassic antonyms. Information about Triassic in the free online English dictionary and encyclopedia. — “Triassic - definition of Triassic by the Free Online”,
  • Triassic definition, noting or pertaining to a period of the Mesozoic Era, occurring from 230 to 190 million years ago and characterized by the advent of dinosau See more. — “Triassic | Define Triassic at ”,
  • Both start and end of the Triassic are marked by major extinction events. Due to this, Triassic stratigraphy is mostly based on organisms living in lagoons and hypersaline environments, such as Estheria crustaceans. — “Triassic”,
  • the Triassic - 248 to 206 Million Years Ago. World Paleogeography: Western Pangea had already assembled, and Eastern Pangea began to assemble from terranes in the Paleo-Tethys Ocean. The Triassic seas were home to other large reptiles, such as. — “The Paleontology Portal”,
  • Both the start and the end of the Triassic are marked by great extinction events. The causes of the Permian/Triassic extinction has been widely discussed, but no single cause has been identified. — “Triassic - Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • An intro to the Triassic period, includes a review of each of the geological sub-divisions and the various forms of life that lived during this time. — “Palaeos Mesozoic : Triassic : The Triassic Period”,
  • The Triassic is a geologic period that extended from about 250 to 200 Mya (million years ago) The extinction event that closed the Triassic Period has recently been more accurately dated, but as with most older geologic periods, the rock beds that define the. — “Triassic - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • The Triassic Period follows the Permian Period of the Paleozoic Era and precedes the Jurassic Period. The Triassic Period began approximately 251.0 million years ago and lasted until 199.6 million years ago. — “Wellesley College in the Triassic”, wellesley.edu
  • The Triassic Period is the first period of the Mesozoic Era. The great extinction at the end of the Permian period had brought the end to 90% of the living species on Earth. — “The Triassic Period: Reptiles Inherit The Earth”, fossils-facts-and-
  • The Triassic (Alberti, 1834) is a geologic period that extends from about 251 to 200 million years ago (MYA). As the first period of the Mesozoic Era, the Triassic follows the Permian and is followed by the Jurassic. Both the start and end of the. — “Triassic Period - Dinopedia”,
  • Triassic (not comparable) Of or from the geologic strata above the Permian and below the Jurassic; of or belonging to the period 250 to 200 million years ago when these strata were laid down. 1990, Michael Crichton, Jurassic Park, Alfred A. Knopf, p 45: "Well," Ellie said. — “Triassic - Wiktionary”,
  • The Triassic is a geologic period and system that extends from about 251 to 199 Ma (million years ago) The extinction event that closed the Triassic period has recently been more accurately. — “Triassic”, schools-
  • The Triassic period was the beginning of the Mesozoic, the Age of Reptiles. It followed the giant Permian extinction, the largest mass extinction in Earth's history. The earliest dinosaurs and the first mammals appeared during the Triassic period. — “Triassic Dinosaurs - ”,

Videos

  • Dinosaur Safari (Late Triassic) Clip #3: Northosaurus Thisclip is from the game Dinosaur Safari, where you can go to different time periods and snap different photos of different dinosaurs. It was a childhood memory for someone like me who has always been appreciative of these beautiful creatures that once walked the Earth. The other water dinosaur you can find in this game in this particular period, Northosaurus is a marine reptile who acted like a modern day seal. It could crawl on land to lay its eggs with its powerful flippers as well as swim. It had a broad and flat skull with needle like teeth in its jaws for eating fish. These clips are not mine, and I do not claim ownership to them. The credit goes to the respective makers and owners of this game. All Rights Reserved.
  • Triassic Battlizer Transformation Conner transforms into his Triassic Battlizer Armor
  • Triassic Ranger Transformation Red Ranger powers up into Triassic Ranger.
  • Triassic Morpher Review here I take a look at one of the best battlizes to exist
  • Triassic Treasure A coaster in RCT3.
  • Watch - Triassic Attack - Colin Ferguson - Behind the scenes footage Day 2 online Premiers - Saturday, November 27th, 9pm on Syfy Triassic Attack The best horror / dinosaur movie of all times. Scary, Funny, Dangerous, Upcoming Premier
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  • Dinosaur Safari Clip (Late Triassic) #1: Shonisaurus Thisclip is from the game Dinosaur Safari, where you can go to different time periods and snap different photos of different dinosaurs. It was a childhood memory for someone like me who has always been appreciative of these beautiful creatures that once walked the Earth. We used to call Shonisaurus "Fat Belly" at my old school, so this one has some fond memories. I really wish I could play this game again :( Well, and here's the first clip. This reptile named Shonisaurus is the largest icthyosaur and marine reptile yet to be found. Fossils of these creatures were first found in Nevada in 1920. They had a pointed mouth with teeth on the end for catching fish and squid. They had round bodies and narrow flippers that helped it glide through the water with ease. These clips are not mine, and I do not claim ownership to them. The credit goes to the respective makers and owners of this game. All Rights Reserved.
  • Triassic Attack - Colin Ferguson - watch Behind the scenes footage Day 1 Triassic Attack The best horror / dinosaur movie of all times. Premiers - Saturday, November 27th, 9pm on Syfy
  • Triassic Museum Walk through a museum of Triassic Period
  • Tour the Triassic Six fossil organisms from the early Mesozoic Era's Triassic Period come to life in this video montage: Ceolophysis, a Cynodont, Peteinosaurus, Placerias, Plateosaurus, and Postasuchus.
  • Triassic Mega Rover
  • Professor Saputello's Prehistoric Life-TR Hart - Triassic Period E cartoon - the Robot gives a brief description of prehistoric reptiles of the Mesozoic Era to Professor Baffi. This is part of an enjoyable children's reading program by Author/Artist Tom Hart to encourage Literacy.
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  • Triassic Park Utopia Commercial This video is intended to go along with a spoken portion of our commercial, to be given live by Cullon. However, feel free to watch it, as it's a pretty cool montage of stuff that fits our Utopia. Yes, it really is a Utopia. The music is the theme to the first Jurassic Park movie by John Williams. Credit to the pictures goes both to Google Images and to the people who posted them on the Web.
  • Triassic Triops My Triassic Triops 14 days old.
  • Triassic terror I was filming triops at an upward angle to capture details of their anatomy that are usually hidden, and I quite liked the exaggerated sense of scale that this produced, so I picked this clip and slowed it by about 33% to make the triops appear even more formidable. In reality, the triops in this video are only a few weeks old and the largest one is a mere 2cm long.
  • Triassic at Bala Triassic double heads Holy War during the Bala Lake Rly 25th Anniversary Gala 1999 .
  • A Triassic Devon Coastline - 240 million Years in the Making. Archaeologist & Historian James Balme has returned from a visit to East Devon where he explored the Triassic & Jurassic coastline formed over the past 240 million years. This film contains breathtaking footage shot by James along the coastline in an area classed as highly dangerous due to the constant collapse of the cliffs into the sea below !!!! Whilst it is true that James took a calculated risk examining and indeed entering parts of the cliff he felt that the final results of the film far outweighed his personal safety. At no time did James involve anyone else at the location. Indeed James returned to the cliffs a few days later to find that one cave featured in the film had since slipped into the sea the previous evening. Just one small piece of the cliff weighed in excess of 15 tonnes highlighting the potential danger of the area. James would like to highlight the fact that the area of the cliffs at Sidmouth is not suitable for general public access and that any visit to the site should be taken only with an understanding & the knowledge of the contstant dangers involved with such actions. The cliffs can and do collapse with no warning and are lethal to anyone who may be below at the time.
  • Triassic Water This is the Walking with Dinosaurs Soundtrack-Triassic WaterOST. Composed by Benjamin Bartlett, used by BBC. If you want this, or any other Walking with Dinosaurs Soundtrack, send an E-Mail to campaigner101@. Make "YouTube" the subject and just ask for the soundtrack(s).
  • Triassic Super Battlized Armor! Triassic Super Battlized Armor! Edited together by me. ^^
  • Triassic Attack Movie - Day 5 - Watch Behind The Scenes The making of "Triassic Attack". Production Day 5. Movie premiers Saturday, Novemeber 27th on the Syfy Channel
  • How to take care of triassic triops How to take care of triassic triops. This is my third time having triops I dont even read the instrutions.one of the three times my triops did not hatch.
  • Dinosaur Safari (Late Triassic) Clip #8: Riojasaurus Thisclip is from the game Dinosaur Safari, where you can go to different time periods and snap different photos of different dinosaurs. It was a childhood memory for someone like me who has always been appreciative of these beautiful creatures that once walked the Earth. Riojasaurus was another prosaurapod like Plateosaurus who lived in the area of modern day South America. It had some differences from other prosaurapods however. It had leg bones that were dense and massive, its vertebrae were lightened by hollow cavities, and had four sacral vertebrae instead of three. These clips are not mine, and I do not claim ownership to them. The credit goes to the respective makers and owners of this game. All Rights Reserved.
  • Triassic Park Gameplay After a month or so, here is the 3rd gameplay demos. I still have several other videos of different projects to upload soon so stay tuned. This was the fourth project I worked on and was made using Python and Panda3D. The goal of the game is to trap the raptors and return them to the pen. If you want to play the game I will be uploading an executable soon. I'll post a link here when it is ready. If you have any questions about the game, Panda3D, or Python feel free to ask.
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  • Triassic Park From the depths of the Earth under the Italian Dolomites in the southern Alps images of a vanished world re-emerge into the sunlight. In one of the most exclusive and fashionable mountain locations in the world, a group of European researchers have found traces of amber from the Triassic period. An amber among the oldest on the planet. It is our own world, 225 million years ago! This is one of our project in development... www.sdcinematografica.it [email protected]
  • Triassic Shield Review requested by shojomaster, enjoy
  • Triassic Morpher/Battlizer Review
  • Triassic Attack Syfy Original trailer Steven Brand, Kirsty Mitchell and Raoul Trujilo star in Triassic Attack on Syfy Saturday November 27th at 9.
  • Watch - Triassic Attack- video - Behind the scenes footage Day 3 online Premiers - Saturday, November 27th, 9pm on Syfy Triassic Attack The best horror / dinosaur movie of all times. Scary, Funny, Dangerous, Upcoming Premier
  • Dinosaur Safari (Late Triassic) Clip #7: Plateosaurus Thisclip is from the game Dinosaur Safari, where you can go to different time periods and snap different photos of different dinosaurs. It was a childhood memory for someone like me who has always been appreciative of these beautiful creatures that once walked the Earth. Plateosaurus meant "Flat Lizard," and was one of the first prosaurapods to walk the earth. They lived around 216 to 199 million years ago in what is now Central and Northern Europe. It had the typical body shape of a herbivorous bipedal dinosaur, with a small skull, a long and flexible neck, a stocky body and a long, mobile tail. These clips are not mine, and I do not claim ownership to them. The credit goes to the respective makers and owners of this game. All Rights Reserved.
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  • Excavating Triassic Fossils in Antarctica -- Antarctica Video Report #7 Fellow Antarctica expedition team members Chris Sidor, Adam Huttenlocker, and Roger Smith excavate Triassic amphibian and reptile fossils from the Fremouw Formation on Graphite Peak. This is the seventh in a series of video reports documenting the team's daily life and fieldwork during their expedition to Antarctica. Feel free to post any questions you might have by February 9th, and Pete and Nate will answer the top five FAQs in their written dispatches. To receive these dispatches via email, sign-up today at For more about Pete and Nate's expedition, please visit their Expedition Overview at Want to learn more about Field Museum scientific expeditions around the world? Please visit /expeditions.
  • Climbing at Triassic Everyone climbing and messing around at Triassic
  • Triassic dig conducted by The Museum of Natural History and Science Albuquerque New Mexico This work was done at the Snyder Quarry in Northern New Mexico. The work for the season was completed on June 25th 2009, If you would like to volunteer for work like this contact The Museum of Natural History and Science at their web site
  • Triassic Ranger! Triassic Ranger! Edited together by me. ^^
  • Evolution Permian-Triassic Extinction One of the most dramatic and mysterious events in the history of life, the so-called "Great Dying" of animals and plants some 250 million years ago, continues to fascinate and baffle scientists. Of the five or so mass extinctions recorded in Earth's fossils, this one at the end of the Permian period and the start of the Triassic was the most catastrophic. More than half of the families of living things died out, and as many as 90 to 96 percent of the planet's marine species were lost. At the same time, perhaps 70 percent of the land's reptile, amphibian, insect, and plants species went extinct.
  • Triassic Battlizer Battle Conner uses the Triassic Battlizer Armor to fight Zeltrax.
  • Prehistoric Era: Triassic Documentary I decided to upload the other 2 documentaries, so here is the Triassic Documentary from PEM: