Alloellasmoapatowas located in North America in Pangea just above the equator.
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
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.
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
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.
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.
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
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.
55 MYA Another mass extinction Animals with hooves Grows bigger is now two feet in length Grows small sharp teeth for eating baby rodents.
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.
AFTER THE BREAK OF PANGEA THEALLOELASMOAPATHTTP:PANGEA_ANIMATION_03.GIFO IS LOCATED ALMOST ANYWHERE ON LANDBECAUSE IT IS SO ADAPTABLE.
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
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
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
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