Jurassic period


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Jurassic period

The second (middle) period of the Mesozoic era: 213 to 144 million years ago.
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Noun1.Jurassic period - from 190 million to 135 million years agoJurassic period - from 190 million to 135 million years ago; dinosaurs; conifers
Age of Reptiles, Mesozoic, Mesozoic era - from 230 million to 63 million years ago
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Here," said he, pointing to the picture of an extraordinary flying monster, "is an excellent reproduction of the dimorphodon, or pterodactyl, a flying reptile of the Jurassic period.
It seems that Princess Truly's curls have the power to transport her to exciting new places like the Egyptian pyramids, the Jurassic period, and even into outer space.
The park showcases the evolution of dinosaurs that lived in Zigong, China in the Jurassic period.
Scientists on Monday announced the discovery of a crow-sized, bird-like dinosaur with colourful feathers from north-eastern China that lived 161 million years ago during the Jurassic Period.
Because there weren't any roads in the Jurassic period.
Those choppers have been dated to the time when the Jurassic period was turning over into the Cretaceous, at the height of the dinosaur reign.
5 metre (11ft) pregnant ichthyosaur lived at the time of the earliest dinosaurs during the early Jurassic period.
The unearthed fossils belong to at least five dinosaur categories, such as ornithopods, sauropods and stegosaurs, and date back to the Jurassic period, according to Xinhua.
The dog-friendly beach is also popular with surfers, bird watchers and fossil hunters, with rocks formed in the upper Jurassic period, around 150 million years ago.
In practice, it's simply a fun way to explore virtual reality from behind the controls of a time machine while learning about the Jurassic period.
The powerful industrial inflow of gas was witnessed at a depth of over 4,600 meters of carbonate deposits of the Oxford upper Jurassic period.