Cretaceous periods: Evolution of Plant and Animal Life

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This page is an interactive encyclopedia entry that summarizes plant and animal life of the Cretaceous Period. It provides a comprehensive overview of life and earth systems of the Cretaceous supported by numerous links to primary literature sources and sites with more detailed information. Topics include: Cretaceous angiosperms, insects, dinosaurs, reptiles, climate, and the end of Cretaceous extinction. Educators may find this site useful for review purposes and quick access to the most current research on Cretaceous life.

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Subject: Biology
Resource Type: Scientific Resources:Overview/Reference Work, Audio/Visual:Maps, Images/Illustrations
Focus on the Cretaceous: PaleontologyKeyword: Paleobotany