Euparkeria

Euparkeria (ə; meaning `Parker`s good animal`, named in honor of W.K. Parker) is an extinct genus of archosauriform from the Middle Triassic of South Africa. It was a small reptile that lived between 245-230 million years ago, and was close to the ancestry of Archosauria, the group that includes dinosaurs, pterosaurs, and modern birds and croc......
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Euparkeria

Euparkeria was a small, early, land-dwelling archosauriform (a reptile closely related to the archosaurs ; Euparkeria was a branch off the evolutionary tree very soon before the emergence of dinosaurs). This fast-running quadruped had a semi-erect posture; it could walk on four legs, the front limbs were much shorter than the hind limbs, indicating...
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Euparkeria

extinct genus of reptile very closely related to the ancestral archosaurs (a group containing present-day crocodiles and birds and ancestral ... [1 related articles]
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