Mesozoic era


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Dinosaur coprolites are very large and are found only in rock that formed during the Mesozoic era.
West Bay in southwest England forms part of a spectacular coastline in Dorset and East Devon that was designated a World Heritage site in 2001 in recognition of the value of its cliff exposures--which display a unique sequence of rock formations spanning the Mesozoic Era and its numerous fossil sites
During the Mesozoic Era, or Age of Dinosaurs, Australia was home to a wide range of dinosaur species.
After the usual papers on subjects such as the impact of continental drift on fauna of the mesozoic era, or improvements in the design of aerofoils for pterodactyl wings, the cave in which the meeting was held became packed with delegates who had come to hear the much-heralded talk by the diplodocus known affectionately to all as 'Doc' and widely regarded as the most brilliant and gifted of all dinosaur scientists.
A geological legacy of marine flooding of the central Australian continent during the Mesozoic Era and invaluable National asset hosting hydrocarbons and water reserves of the Great Artesian Basin.
It was commonplace back in those times, the Mesozoic Era.
Then came the Cretaceous period, 70 million years ago, when the climate cooled and the continents separated, changing vegetation and possibly contributing to the demise of the dinosaurs, which were completely gone by the time of the Mesozoic era, with its ferns, palms and animals such as snakes, turtles, amphibians and the first birds.
At Restless Planet they're creating a variety of spectacular, themed rides, including a river raft journey back to the Mesozoic era through the Triassic, Jurassic and Cretaceous periods.
Thomas lived at the end of the Cretaceous Period during the Mesozoic Era -- the last era of dinosaurs before their mass extinction, believed to have been caused by a meteor impact.
Featuring life during the Mesozoic Era (250 to 65 million years ago), the galleries' most conspicuous exhibits are the dinosaur specimens, the largest and most popular fossils of this age.
So, because your kids think you personally are responsible for homeless polar bears and that mummy and daddy are Mesozoic era reptiles that belong in a glass case, the Range Rover has to go.
Coria, Patagonian Mesozoic Reptiles is an amazing scientific text revealing the latest findings concerning dinosaurs that lived in the Patagonian region during the Mesozoic era.
A critical study of these sections has provided interesting informations highlighting the nature of events that occurred during the terminal Cretaceous times, marking the close of Mesozoic era along the western margin of the Indian sub-continent.
So I opted to go back to the Mesozoic era, that's 75 million years ago to you and me, with zoologist Nigel Marven to the Gobi Desert.
Alabama rocks contain sedimentary and structural clues that reflect the significant tectonic events that have shaped the southern margin of North America, including the removal by rifling of the Argentine Precordillera during Cambrian times, the thrusting, faulting, and sedimentation accompanying the assembly of Pangaea along the Suwannee-Wiggins Suture zone during the late Paleozoic Era, amid the rifting dynamics that created the Gulf of Mexico during the breakup of Pangaea in the early part of the Mesozoic Era.