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Draconiformes

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New studies show us a more clear view on the familial connections of the dragons.
Here you see all fossil dragons and a few monitor lizards.
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S7alker117Professional Writer
What does Kreide means?

Anyway, great chart, very detailed and well-thought.
This makes me envy you so much for being capable of pulling this of. ^^
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HyrotrioskjanProfessional General Artist
Kreide is the german word for the cretaceous period.
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S7alker117Professional Writer
Ah, I see.
Thank you. :)
TheLOAD's avatar
wonderful. Are the seasnakes on here?
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HyrotrioskjanProfessional General Artist
They get a seperate tree
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Dystatic-StudioHobbyist Digital Artist
I would like to have more info about this seasnake variation, can we talk with notes? :)
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HyrotrioskjanProfessional General Artist
Of course =)
TheLOAD's avatar
Ah... Ok.
Alloclaw's avatar
Oh I can't wait to see the ones you said about on this chart. ^_^
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HyrotrioskjanProfessional General Artist
=)
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Wow, very nicely made. But just how did the Diploterna clade disappear in any case? Did they get out competed by their relatives?
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HyrotrioskjanProfessional General Artist
Indeed, a colder climate and stronger relatives, displaced them within a half million years.
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