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FC: Abdullah Al Hamar Date:Mar,13 7-4

1: My topic: The Permian Period | time page: 2 during this time page:4 Plants page:6 Animals page:8 Climate page:10 Summery page:12 bib page :13

2: TIME | The Permian period lasted from 299 to 251 million years ago* and was the last period of the Paleozoic Era

4: At that time: The earth had only one continent which was called Pangea

6: plants | All of the plants from the Permian period are now extinct. One of the plants from the Permian period is the Lepidodendron plant which many scientists have found fossils of. The Lepidodendron,Glossopleridales,Sigil-aria plant from the Permian period provides oxygen, food for other animals, an changes the view of the landscapes by holding the soil with its roots. The glossopleridales are extinct plants tha are from the group of seed plants.

8: Animals | Many people think about the T-Rex when they hear the word extinct animal, well get ready to learn about animals in the Permian period. There once lived an animal called the Dimedroden, scientists say that the Dimedroden was not considered a dinosaur there for the not all living creatures in the Permian period were dinosaurs! The Dimedroden wasn't considered a dinosaur because, the Dimedroden was born 10 million years after the era of dinosaurs.

10: climate | The weather during the Permian period was almost perfect for growing plants; the air wasn't as polluted as now. The only thing at that time that created pollution was volcano eruptions. During the Permian period the earth was one continent which means volcanoes have a higher chance of being near by.

12: summery | In my research i had different difficulties of find each info for example, there weren't many plants and there were many extraordinary animals.

13: "Geologic Time: The Story of a Changing Earth." Paleobiology Home. smithsonian, 1 Jan. 2000. Web. 13 Feb. 2013. . Alexander, Chavé. "The Permian Period." UCMP - University of California Museum of Paleontology. Sarah Rieboldt , 30 June 2011. Web. 13 Feb. 2013.

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