What Was Our Earth Like 300 Million Years ago?
"Earth, the final frontier..."
"So, let it be ... this Earth"
300 million of years ago, the first cells or protocells were creating complex entities that would pave the way for our dinosaurs and mammoths. the atmosphere had reached its current nitrogen/oxygen balance, cool enough to recreate a paradise. Mankind was not even around 300 million of years ago. For the erudite and anthropologists, this would be called the Paleozoic era, within the late Carboniferous period.
Aside from technicalities, life on earth 300 million of years ago was dull and with no much action. No politicians, no revolutions, no bills... just little Lizards like this Petrolacosaurus who was a small, 40-centimetre (16 in) long, reptile, and the earliest diapsid known. It lived during the late Carboniferous period, A Geico-like 'petty pet' the size of a labrador. The concentrated strata where it was found are dated to 302 million years old. The prehistoric reptile's diet may have consisted mainly of small insects, so we can deduct that Jurassic park was a better choice for Movie Makers ( 65 million of years ago). I see myself transported through my time machine and I end up in this rainforest fro the past....
"I try to look for a map with no avail. The GPS that I took with me, went nuts, thinking that Paris was next to Los Angeles? Tired of running and bumping into fallen trees, I just sit on this natural Boulder. To my amazement, I found out that I was on top of a prehistoric tetrapod amphibian
I get a kiss from this 'greatest of the greatest' grand daddy from our reptiles and cannot find a klennex to clean my mouth. I swear myself to make that "beam me up scottie" teletransportation move, but I decide to keep exploring that 'Pandora' from the past."
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