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Were there more plants and trees in the invironment when the dinosaurs were there?
Question Date: 2007-04-24
Answer 1:

I'm not sure whether there were more plants and trees in the environment. You would think that without humans to cut them down there might be more plants and trees. However, the environment and also the land (the big land mass Pangaea was just breaking up into the different continents we have today) were different during that period so I'm not sure.


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