TITLE

Jurassic World

PUB. DATE
September 2006
SOURCE
Dinosaur Atlas;2005, p12
SOURCE TYPE
Book
DOC. TYPE
Book Chapter
ABSTRACT
A chapter of the book "Dinosaur Atlas: An Amazing Journey Through a Lost World" which discusses the Jurassic period is presented. During this period, the supercontinent Pangaea divided into two smaller landmasses, forming Gondwana and Laurasia. The Jurassic was the era of the stegosaurs, plant-eating dinosaurs with rows of plates and spines on their backs, and diplodocus, a plant-eating sauropods which grew to at least 89 feet long. It is also a period which consisted of many ferns, horsetails and mosses.
ACCESSION #
43901374

 

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