THE MOST SCIENTIFIC SLIDE SHOW OF EARTHS HISTORY TO EVER BE THOUGHT OF OR CREATED by zach elliott

Archeozoic

This period spanned for about 1.5 million years. its atmosphere was full of methane and amnesic gases. the life there was single cell organism. a major event that happened was when the first life forms appeared.

Paleozoic

the paleozoic era started about 542 million years ago.

permian

the plants and animals that flourished during this time period were edaphosaurus,dimetrodon,eryops,conifers,ginkos,and ferns

silurian

plants and animals from this period were ascomycete,brachiopods,trilobites,and algae

mesozoic

this era took place 65 million years ago

cretaceous

this era took place 79 million years ago. plants and animals in this were angiosperms,magnolias,barberry,iguanodon,tyrannosaurus rex,and ankylosaurus

jurassic

this era took place 199.6 to 145.5 million years ago. the plants and animals that flourished in this time period were allosaurus stegosaurus,ceratosaurus,ginkos, conifers,and cycads

cenozoic

this era started 66 million years ago. the types of life here were plants mammals reptiles amphibians and types of bugs

oligocene

this era took place about 33.9 to 23 million years ago. the plants and animals that flourished in this time period were ferns grasses and trees the animals were horses deer and camals

pliocene

this era took place 5.333 to 2.58 million years ago. the plants and animals in this time period were ground sloths glyptodonts opossums conifers grasses and lilies

holocene

this era took place about 12,000 to 11,500 years ago. the plants and animals in this time period were mammoths armadillos horses conifers oaks and grasses

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