please help someone fast !!!
Ms.Sue why dont you ever answer its not helpful nobody reads your links
THANK YOU DAYNA!!!!! She is right, Ms. Sue, and I have been trying to say this the entire time! You say you were a teacher, but aren't teachers supposed to help children? Do you think you're helping Vanessa here by teaching "oh, this poor girl needs help and fast. Well, its more important that I teach her to STUDY! Yay me!" Well wake up call, its NOT. Thank you again Dayna for stating my point to me.
And by the way, Vanessa, I'm so sorry but I don't know the answer If I did I would tell it to you directly instead of typing a link.
Sending warm hugs from Arendelle from me to you,
Thanks Vanessa I hope "Ms.Sue" reads this
Late is the Triassic period, the seafloor started to move around, pulling the land with it. This lead to the start of the seperation of Pangea. Also during the Triassic, the first stony corals started to develop, showing advancement in the marine life. The Permian-triassic period is similar to the Triassic-Jurassic because (this was the only thing I could find) is the movement of the seafloor and the evolution of marine and land life.
Hope it helped! HomoNovus to the rescue!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
@HomoNovus did you get this from a website or is this your own wording? like will i get in trouble for plagiarism ?