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Earth and Life History
Transcript of Earth and Life History
billion years old Earth and Life History By: Katie Bozorgi Life on Earth Earth Life The Earth Animals The Geologic Process Humans The History of Earth Earth's Timeline Earth Forms 290 million
years ago An extinction that wiped out
95% of the species The First dinosaurs appear 2 million
years ago 4.6 billion years ago 245 million
years ago Modern Humans
appear on Earth When geologists divide geologic time into a series of eons. Each eon is divided into eras. The eras are divided into periods. Then scientists chart their information. * The Earth is approximately 4.6
billion years old Earth has a lot of history: One important part in Earth's history was when its moon formed approximately 4.5 billion years ago. * Life on Earth has existed for more than
3 billion years * The first organism on this planet was the prokaryotes. * The humans evolved from chimpanzees
and apes. * The modern human appeared 2 million years ago in the Quaternary period. * One of the first animals was the therospid, but that was not the first organism. The first organism was the prokaryotes. Dinosaurs Dinosaurs appeared 245 million years ago. They appeared in the Triassic period. They lived on Earth for 165 million years.They became extinct in the end of the Cretaceous period. They believe that a meteor hit the tip of Yucatan Peninsula causing the extinction of dinosaurs. The Moon is approximately 4.5 billion years old, that's 100 million years younger than the Earth. Mammals Mammals appeared in the Tertiary period, 245 million years ago. Life History Life has an extensive background: * The modern human appeared on Earth 2 million
* The Rise of the Mammals 245 million years ago
* When the first prokaryote appeared on Earth
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* The geologic process of the past are similar to those that occur today and have a large cumulative effects over long periods of time.
* The Earth is approximately 4.6 billion years old and life on this planet has existed for more than 3 billion years.
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Inc., 2013. Web. 20 May 2013. Most of my information came from the geologic scale worksheet. The average distance from the Earth to the Sun is about 93 million miles. This distance is called One Astronomical Unit (AU). The average distance between the Earth and the Moon is just under 240,000 miles.