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Asked in Pangaea Supercontinent
During which geological era did Pangaea break up?
Pangaea was present during the late Paleozoic and early Mesozoic eras. Its formation is dated to about 300 million years ago and its breakup began about 100 million years ago. The break-up of Pangaea is thought to have occurred in three phases, with the first beginning in the Early-Middle Jurassic Age. The second phase began in the Early Cretaceous Period and the third during the Early Cenozoic Period. ...
Asked in Actors & Actresses
Name 1 organism that appeared during the Cenozoic Era?
Humans appeared in the Cenozoic Era.... :D
Asked in Meteorology and Weather, Seaweed
Was oxygen being added to the atmosphere by seaweed during the Cenozoic era?
Yes and, as we are still in the Cenozoic Era, it continues to this day.
How has the climate changed during the Cenozoic era?
The temperatures in the Cenozoic have been cooler overall.
Asked in Geology
What was the weather like during the Cenozoic era?
The weather during the Cenozoic era was far much better than the present era. It was mainly warm and humid with cool temperatures most of the times. ...
Asked in Geology, Paleontology, Tigers
Did the rise of the dinosaurs happen during the Cenozoic era?
No. The dinosaurs rose in the Mesozoic era. The end of the Mesozoic era was also the end of the dinosaurs. The era following is the Cenozoic, which we are still in today. ...
Asked in Geology, Paleontology
Cenozoic is the era of the animals?
The Cenozoic Era is the postdinosaurian/postMesozoic Era otherwise nicknamed the age of mammals. Mammals began to hugely diversify and radiate during the Cenozoic. The Cenozoic (which from the Greek means Recent Animal) began 65 million years ago and has continued to the present. The major radiation of animals during the Cenozoic was that of mammals, including the evolution of Homo sapiens. ...
Asked in Earth Sciences, Geography, Prehistoric Animals
What first lived on earth during the late Cenozoic era?
The plants, insects, fish and dinosaurs lived on earth during the late Cenozoic era. Now all that is left on the earth are the fossils. ...