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Archaeothyris is a synapsid from the Late Carboniferous Period of Canada

Archaeothyris is a synapsid from the Late Carboniferous Period of Canada


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Archaeothyris is a synapsid from the Late Carboniferous Period of Canada

Archaeothyris florensis is an extinct synapsid from the Late Carboniferous Period of Canada

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Amniote Animal Scale Animal Tail Carboniferous Cutout Diapsid Green Hettangian Insectivore Lizard Mammal Morphology Natural History Pelycosaur Pliensbachian Primeval Primordial Sauropsid Small Spiked Synapsid Tetrapod Toughness Triassic Cretaceous Evolution Jurassic Mesozoic Era Paleozoology Prehistoric Era Primitive Rhynchocephalia Tuatara


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This digitally generated image showcases the fascinating Archaeothyris, an extinct synapsid from the Late Carboniferous Period of Canada. The illustration captures a side view of this ancient creature, providing a full-length perspective against a clean white background. With its lizard-like appearance and insectivorous and carnivorous nature, Archaeothyris played a significant role in the evolution of mammals. Belonging to the family Ophiacodontidae, this amniote vertebrate possessed unique characteristics such as an animal tail and tough spiked scales for protection. As one of the earliest pelycosaurs and tetrapods, it holds great importance in natural history. The artwork beautifully portrays the primeval morphology of Archaeothyris, highlighting its primitive features that date back to prehistoric eras. Its existence predates even rhynchocephalia species like tuatara found during Triassic times. With green reptilian skin and small stature, this Mesozoic era creature thrived during periods such as Cretaceous and Jurassic. Its presence provides valuable insights into paleozoology, paleontology, zoology, and science overall. Nobumichi Tamura's skillful execution brings life to this extinct species through meticulous attention to detail. This print is perfect for enthusiasts interested in wildlife or those fascinated by Earth's ancient past. It serves as a reminder of our planet's rich biodiversity throughout different epochs while igniting curiosity about these incredible creatures that once roamed our world millions of years ago.

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