Mesozoic era By paige

This era comprises the Triassic, Jurassic, and Cretaceous periods. The Mesozoic era is often known as he age of Reptiles of dinaours.

Most of the animals of the age of reptiles are all extinct

Mesozoic era

The Mesozoic era lasted more than 180 million years. During this era many modern forms of plants invertebrates and fish evolved. On land dinasours were the dominate animals.

The period which expands from about 252 million about to 66 million years ago was also known as the age of the reptiles.

The Mesozoic era begins at the end of the Precambrian of the Paleozoic era

The Mesozoic era began with a mass of extinction and ended with mass extinction. In geologic time the Mesozoic is the second era in the Phanerozoic Eron, spans the time 250 million years ago.

During the Mesozoic era the Pangaean supercontinent spanned earths regions and sperated panthalassic ocean and the Tethys ocean basins.

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