Investigating the Extinction

1. What we learned about the difference between the Permian and Triassic Period during its extinctive phase is when the plants such as the nillosian were based in a dry, arid environment and then were converted podozamites which was based in a temperate climate, such as in a forest of a moisture setting. Then, a dinosaur called the lystrosaurus was based from a climate that involved a herbivorous setting of only eating just plants, and then the thrinaxodon, was a conversion to a carnivorous animal which only ate animals, such as reptiles, pigs, and animals, such as cheetahs, lions, and other dinosaurs for their respective trophic strategies.