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Earth's Surface during the Cretaceous Period?

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The Cretaceous Period began some 145.5 million years ago right after the Jurassic period. The Earth's surface looked like there was volcanic activity widespread. Because of all the volcanoes the climate was much warmer than today.
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During that time there was widespread volcanic activinty and trees and flowering plants started appearing.
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well it is hard to answer that one because no human being lived back then but im guess most of it was marsh swamplands and tropical climates
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The Jurassic age was dominated in large part by the enormous sauropods. These were massive herbivorous dinosaurs with long necks that allowed them to eat leaves from the tops of the
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The Cretaceous is defined as the period between 144 and 65 million years ago, the last period of the Mesozoic Era, following the Jurassic and ending with the extinction of the dinosaurs
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