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Terrestrial Origins and Evolution
If not for global warming, the crurotarsans may have been more dominant on Earth than the dinosaurs. Today, alligators and crocodiles are the only living relatives of this once-powerful group of reptiles.
Image Credit: Stephen Brusatte, Columbia University

01/14/09

 



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