The Great Roar of Time

As the Jurassic period ended, the long-anticipated shift in time had materialised and welcomed the age of the biggest dinosaurs and creatures to ever walk the Earth. This was the Cretaceous Period.

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The Thriving Titans

The rise of the Jurassic Era was nigh when the Triassic period ended as it had begun: a mass extinction caused by theories of an asteroid collision with Earth, climate change [Yes Donald, its real], or volatile and massive volcanic eruptions.

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Great Things have Small Beginnings

The Paleozoic Era had ended. For approximately a million years, fragments of life wavered on; recuperating from what was the greatest mass extinction ever in history. A dawn of a new era was approaching.

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Death and Birth of a New World

Dinosaurs did not come to existence as straightforward as a flash. Dinosaur eggs did not just randomly appear, but through years of evolution from predecessor creatures, and in this case, the Sauropsids.

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