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The Triassic period was the first portion of the Mesozoic Era, lasting from about 248 to 206 million years ago. The Triassic period followed the Permian extinction, the biggest mass extinction in the history of the Earth. During the Triassic, dinosaurs and mammals evolved.

There was no polar ice during this time, and most of the land was desert-like; the continents were jammed together, forming the super-continent Pangaea. The Triassic period ended with a mass extinction caused by huge volcanic eruptions.

The Triassic period was followed by the Jurassic Period.



Coelophysis

A late Triassic theropod, a meat-eating dinosaur about 9 feet (3 m) long.


Coelophysis

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A late Triassic theropod, a meat-eater about 9 feet (3 m) long.


Cynognathus

Cynognathus was a wolf-sized reptile that lived during the Triassic period.


Desmatosuchus

An extinct reptile that lived over 200 million years ago.
Eoraptor

Eoraptor

One of the oldest dinosaurs yet found. A small, primitive, meat-eating dinosaur with sharp teeth.
Eoraptor

Eoraptor

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One of the oldest dinosaur yet found. A small, primitive, meat-eating dinosaur with sharp teeth.
Fabrosaurus

Fabrosaurus

A small, primitive plant-eating dinosaur from South Africa.


Gerrothorax

An ancient amphibian that lived over 200 million years ago.
Plateosaurus

Plateosaurus

A late Triassic plant-eater.
Postosuchus

Postosuchus

Postosuchus is an extinct reptile that lived over 200 million years ago.


Procompsognathus

An early, small, meat-eating dinosaur from the late Triassic period.


Riojasaurus

A large, early, South American, plant-eating dinosaur.


Saltopus

A small, fast, early meat-eating dinosaur.


Teratosaurus

Teratosaurus was an extinct reptile that lived about 225 million years ago - not a dinosaur.


Thecodontosaurus

An early plant-eating dinosaur from the late Triassic period.


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