The Triassic Period was the first period of the Mesozoic Era. It occurred between 251 million and 199 million years ago. This period marked the beginning of major changes that were to take place throughout the Mesozoic Era, particularly in the distribution of continents, the evolution of life, and geographic allocation of living things.

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There are many theories trying to explain the disappearance of dinosaurs. The most widely accepted one today is the theory proposed by the Nobel prize-winning physicist Luis Alvarez and his son geologist Walter Alvarez. It assumes that the mass extinction of dinosaurs was caused by the impact of a large asteroid on the Earth sixty-five million years ago.

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Best Dinosaur toys - Styracosaurus! Great Toy! Highly detailed dinosaur toy for your collection of dinosaur toys.

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Dinosaur toys - Dilophosaurus!

Standing on its own two feet, this dinosaur liked to show off its crested head and S-shaped neck. Speedy and lean, this carnivore picked up scraps for supper. At twenty feet long, the Dilophosaurus weighed half a ton. With three claws on its hands, this dinosaur had an extra claw on its feet called a dewclaw.

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Best Dinosaur toys - Allosaurus!

Another meat-eating dinosaur, and it was the biggest carnivore around.

Dinosaur toys - Triceratops!

Triceratops was dinosaur double the size of other ceratopsians dinosaurs such as Styracosaurus and Chasmosaurus.

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Best Dinosaur toys - Spinosaurus!

Spinosaurus was carnivore dinosaur, and could grow to be up to 17 metres long and couple of tonnes of waith.

Dinosaurs toys - Spinosaurus!

Best dinosaurs pictures - Carnotaurus! Carnotaurus was a dinosaur that used to live 100 million years ago in what is today Argentina. BEST images of dinosaurs - Carnotaurus!

Best Dinosaur toys - Velociraptor! Velociraptor is one of the first dinosaurs! They where small, somwhere about 70 centimetres tall.

Dinosaur toys - Velociraptor!

People have been finding dinosaur fossils for hundreds of years, probably even thousands of years. There are references in ancient writings to 'dragon' bones found in China over two thousand years ago, and these too most likely belonged to dinosaurs.

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