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    1. 1. BY: Maleah
    2. 2. Alloellasmoapatowas located in North America in Pangea just above the equator.
    3. 3.  Our story takes us back to the beginning of the Permian Period( about 286 MYA-250 MYA) a time of glaciations. An Alloellasmoapato stayed in his underground tunnel he dug for safety from other predators. He’s able to dig and live in tunnels because he’s only one foot long. The compact walls keep in heat in the cold . He also has a small hole on the side of his head where he here’s from. He eats roots and leaves He has flat teeth for eating plants and roots
    4. 4.  There was a mass extinction and glaciations in the late Permian Alloellasmoapato is now a therapsid (mammal like reptile) he lays eggs still Hard scaly plated skin which makes a good shell for protection Alloellasmoapato developed fur in the small holes in his hard almost shell or plated like skin to with stand cold weather.
    5. 5.  Alloellasmoapato got enough water and nutrition from roots and dead bugs to survive for weeks or months of the glaciations. The Alloellasmoapato was very adaptable and fast and tricky and was therefore selected out of a number of creatures
    6. 6.  248 MYA Another big extinction occured due to Green House Effect Wet places became dry Harder to dig in dry ground Alloellasmoapato dug underground to keep cool Alloellasmoapato became larger due to better food like leaves. After years of digging the Alloellasmoapato evolved six toes to help dig faster. One of the unique qualitys of a modern mole.
    7. 7.  213 MYA The Alloellasmoapato still lays eggs The Alloellasmoapato and other mammal like reptiles are very prosperous in the Jurassic Eats more variety of plants There are now small predators on the land to dig into underground homes.
    8. 8.  144 MYA Eats fruits Lots of good plants and fruits to eat Warmer Grows bigger because better food sugars Has a healthy diet of root leaves fruit nuts and bugs. The Alloellasmoapato digs deeper to avoid their homes being crushed by dinosaurs
    9. 9.  65 MYA Cold weather Asteroid fell and heats up earth Tropical forests Eats more variety of fruits and plants Stays cool underground Gives birth to live young Nice moist soil for digging Loses its crest like thing because it was useless.
    10. 10.  55 MYA Another mass extinction Animals with hooves Grows bigger is now two feet in length Grows small sharp teeth for eating baby rodents.
    11. 11. STRANGE PLATED AND DECEPTIVE MODERN DAY Classification: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Mammalia Order: Talipidae The Alloellasmoapato has survived because he was so adaptable to all kinds of weather and situations The Alloellasmoapato is now a relative to the modern day mole. The Alloellasmoapato has a small hole where it hears from.
    13. 13.  The Alloellasmoapato is very social, happy and playful When it comes to mating a Alloellasmoapato can be very feisty when it returns to the mating grounds where it was born every year When they give birth they cover up their young in a shell of hard dirt stuck together from the special spit Alloellasmoapato’s produces only in mating season They move in groups underground
    14. 14.  The Alloellasmoapato now eats about 1%-2% of it’s body weight Alloellasmoapato now eats bugs, baby mice, roots, fruits and plants Alloasmoapato teeth are flat and are good for smashing and grinding up roots and bugs Alloasmoapato also has a few sharp teeth for eating baby mice and bugs
    15. 15. Permian 1 Triassic 2 Jurassic 3 Cretatious Paleocene Eocene 6 4 5Evolves fur Evolves 6 Eats more Evolves 3 Loses crest Grows 6 toes variety of inchs bigger inches plants bigger Grows 3 Eats fruits Gives birth Grows inches to live sharp young teeth Digs deeper Eats more fruits and plants
    16. 16.  Brandt Niel Evolutionary Timeline Talkorigins.org http://www.talkorigins.org/origins/geo_timeline.html October 2011 Briggman Trevor Sang Tao Lorts Claire Evolution of Fruit Types and Seed Dispersal: A Phylogenetic and Ecological Snapshot http://www.plantystematics.com October 2011 http://plantbiology.msu.edu/files/Fruit%20evolution.pdf Evolution of Mammals Earthlife.net http://www.earthlife.net/mammals/evolution.html October 2011 The Jurassic Period Berkly.edu http://www.ucmp.berkeley.edu/mesozoic/jurassic/jurassintro.html Geological Society of America (GSA) 1999 Geologic Timescale, compiled by A.R. Palmer and J. Geissman -- S. Rieboldt, Nov. 2002 October 2011 Permian Period Prehistory.com http://www.prehistory.com/timeline/permian.htm October 2011
    17. 17.  Permian-Triassic Extinction Pbs.org 2001 WGBH Educational Foundation and Clear Blue Sky Productions, Inc. All rights reserved. October 2011 Reader John The Rise of Life The First 3-5 Billion Years Alfrrea a. Knopf,Inc. Copyright 1986 Roxby Prehistory Limited printed and Bound in Spain by Tonsa, San Sebastian