Seymouria

(pronounced see-MORE-ee-ah) Seymouria (named after Seymour, Texas, where it was found) was an amphibian from the early Permian period . It was about 2 feet (60 cm) long. It had a strong backbone, four short, sturdy legs, and a short tail, Unlike other amphibians, Seymouria had relatively shorter jaws, ears marked by a notch, and the skull had fewer...
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Seymouria

extinct genus of terrestrial tetrapod found as fossils in Permian rocks (245 to 286 million years old) in North America and named for fossil deposits ...
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Seymouria

Seymouria was a reptile-like labyrinthodont from the early Permian of North America and Europe (approximately 280 to 270 million years ago). It was small, only 2 ft (60 cm) long. Seymouria was well adapted to life on land, with many reptilian features—so many, in fact, that it was first thought to be a primitive reptile. The dry climate of the P...
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