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In which of the following periods of the Mesozoic era did forests begin to look like modern-day forests and include a variety of coniferous and deciduous trees a. Triassic b. Jurassic c. Cambrian d. Creta eons
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User: In which of the following periods of the Mesozoic era did forests begin to look like modern-day forests and include a variety of coniferous and deciduous trees a. Triassic b. Jurassic c. Cambrian d. Creta eons

Weegy: Forests began to look like modern-day forests and included a variety of coniferous and deciduous trees in the Cretaceous period of the Mesozoic era.
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User: In which of the following periods of the Mesozoic Era get a bird like animal known as Archaeopteryx appear a. Triassic b. Jurassic c. Cambria d. Creta eons

Weegy: A bird-like animal known as Archaeopteryx appeared in the Jurassic period of the Mesozoic era.
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User: Which two groups of organisms were commonly found during the Jurassic period a. Sharks and birds b. Ammonites and belomites c. Insects in flowering plants d. Marsupials and monotremes

Weegy: Ammonites and belemnites were two groups of organisms commonly found during the Jurassic period.
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