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FC: Done By: Hashem Mohammad April 9th 2013 7-3

1: TABLE OF CONTENTS | PAGE 1 TABLE OF CONTENTS PAGE 2 & 3 PLANTS PAGE 4 & 5 ANIMALS PAGE 6 & 7 TIME & CLIMATE PAGE 8 SUMMARY PAGE 9 BIBLIOGRAPHY BACK COVER ENDING | My topic is Mesozoic Era

2: The Mesozoic era was the time from 248 million to 65 million years ago. The climate was warmer than now the seasons were very mild,and the sea level was higher. There was a lot of volcanic activity because there was underground trouble. One reason the sea level was rising was because of evaporation. Most sea creatures were reptiles that evolved and now are different species because of the climate like the invertebrates, in the mesozoic they evolved and now crabs,lobsters,sea chin,and snails came from the same ancestor this was all caused by climate. The time of the mesozoic was 248 million years ago and was the age of the reptiles and dinosaurs

3: Climate and Time

4: Plants, especially non-flowering ones, evolved rapidly during the Mesozoic era. Some have survived the change until the present, but some non flowering plants evolved to flowering plants at the end of the era. Most nonflowering plants found during the era had their origin in the previous one. The main evidence scientists found was a plant called Ginkgo. One such plant was Ginkgo. Ginkgo is a genus of highly unusual nonflowering plants commonly called ginkgo with one living offspring called G bidblos. There was 4 groups of plants that dominate the Mesozoic and all were nonflowering. there was a mix-up in the offspring at the end of the era thus resulting to flowering plants

5: Plants

6: The Mesozoic era is commonly called the age of reptiles or the age of dinosaurs. Most of the animals evolved because of climate and sea level rising. They also developed new skin, get bigger and some grew wings. The earliest period of the Mesozoic small dinosaurs and mammals developed. This happened because most of the life forms on earth had been wiped out. One of the dinosaurs was tyrannosaurus which reached a length of twelve meters; the dinosaurs lived until the end of Mesozoic era. The first mammals evolved during the end of the mesozoic era.The mesozoic toothed birds were extinct at the end of mesozoic era

7: Animals

8: The dominate plant of the Mesozoic era was the non-flowering plant.At the end of the Mesozoic most non-flowering plants evolved to flowering but some stayed the same, one of those plants was ginkgo,ginkgo was a plant evolving rapidly during the mesozoic.There were four groups of plants dominating the mesozoic all nonflowering. The mesozoic era is known as age of reptiles and dinosaurs.Animals of the mesozoic got bigger and developed new skin and grew wings. new species had occurred mammals this occurred because the earth was wiped out in the mesozoic.toothed birds were extinct at the end of the mesozoic. The mesozoic era was the time from 248-65 million years ago.the climate was warm,dry and mild.multiple volcanoes erupted causes were under-ground trouble, Many animals evolved because of climate.

10: "CVO Website - Mesozoic." USGS Cascades Volcano Observatory (CVO). N.p., n.d. Web. 9 Apr. 2013. . "DinoDatabase.com | Hundreds of dinosaurs and dinosaur related topics.." DinoDatabase.com | Hundreds of dinosaurs and dinosaur related topics.. N.p., n.d. Web. 9 Apr. 2013. . "Earth Floor: Geologic Time." Exploring the Environment. N.p., n.d. Web. 9 Apr. 2013. .

11: Period, the late Cretaceous, angiosperms had become the most diverse, and pollen floras.. "Mesozoic Plants." Fossil News - Journal of Avocational Paleontology. N.p., n.d. Web. 9 Apr. 2013. . "The Mesozoic Era: Reptiles and Dinosaurs." Everything Fossils...Fossil Information for Education, Collecting and Fun!. N.p., n.d. Web. 9 Apr. 2013.

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