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Land plants such as ferns and cone-bearing plants began to develop in the _____________ Period. A. Devonian B. Cambrian C. Permian D. Carboniferous
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User: Land plants such as ferns and cone-bearing plants began to develop in the _____________ Period. A. Devonian B. Cambrian C. Permian D. Carboniferous

Weegy: The period during which land plants such as ferns and cone-bearing plants began to develop was called the. a. Cambrian Period. c. [ Carboniferous Period. b. ]
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Land plants such as ferns and cone-bearing plants began to develop in the Devonian Period.

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