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Geologic Time Scale

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on 21 February 2011

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Transcript of Geologic Time Scale

Geologic Time Scale Era Name:
Cenozoic Era Name:
Mesozoic Era Name:
Palezoic Started:
544 milion years ago Started:
248 million years ago Started:
65 million years ago Ended:
248 million
years ago Ended:
65 million
years ago Ended:
Era still
continues Major Event(s) :
Applachian
mountains formed Major Event(s) :
Pangea breaks
apart Major Event(s) :
Alps in Europe formed.
Andes in South America
formed.
Himilayas formed. Organisms that existed:
Marine animals
Trilobites
Vertabrates
Fish and fish like creatures
Reptiles Organisms that existed:
Flowering plants
Birds
Dinosaurs
Mammals
Gymnosperms
Angiosperms Organisms that Existed:
Horses
Cammals
Deer
Some Elephants
Humans Geology in Era:
Many oceans and Rivers
and the land contained
little mountains. Geology in Era:
Contained small forest
many vegitational areas.
Also contained some small
mountains. Geology in Era:
Todays geology. The End! Periods in era:
Permian
Pennsylvanian
Mississippian
Devonian
Silurian
Ordovician
Cambrian Periods in Era:
Cretaceous
Jurrasic
Triassic Periods in Era:
Helocene Epoch
Pleistocene Epoch
Pliocene Epoch
Miocene Epoch
Oligocene Epoch
Eocene Epoch
Paleocene Epoh
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