Jurassic Period By: Ty Snitgen and Cade Simon

  • The Jurassic Period was the second segment of the Mesozoic Era. It occurred from 199.6 to 145.5 million years ago, a 54-million-year chunk following the Triassic Period and preceding the Cretaceous Period.
Generally warmer global temperatures, allowed for diversification and dominance of the dinosaurs. There would have been so many plants to eat that the dinosaurs would have grown large simply because they had unlimited food.
  • Most of the Climate was warm and moist.
  • Had a greenhouse climate that was lush and green.
  • The sea level was mostly higher
  • There was no polar ice
  • Temperature was about 20* C
During the Jurassic Period, the super-continent Pangaea split apart.

Event that occurred:

  • First birds and ocean life were seen
  • Coal formed under Australia and Antarctica
  • Continents broke up
  • Mass Extinction towards the end of the period
  • Mount Jura was formed

Types Of Life in the Jurassic Period

Stegosaurus

Brachiosaurus

T-Rex

Velocoiraptor

Grub Rats

Megalodon

Ammonites

Coniferous Ferns

  • Land Animals:
  • Plant-eating animals roaming the earth feeding on lush ferns
  • Early mammals were mostly very small herbivores or insects and were not in competition with the larger reptiles
  • Sea Animals:
  • Marine life of the Jurassic Period was also highly diversified with fish and squid
  • The carnivorous marine reptiles typically had broad bodies and long necks with four flipper shaped limbs

Animals That Survived The Jurassic Period:

  • Bees
  • Sharks
  • Crabs
  • Crocidiles
  • Platypuses
  • Turtles
  • Cockroaches

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