The Quaternary Period covers the span of time from over one and a half million years ago to the present day. Although this may seem like an extraordinary length of time, it is actually a very short period in the context of the age of Gaia. This period saw the current ice age, the rise of man, and the extinction of most of the mammalian megafauna
The climate was cold in the Quaternary period.
The Quaternary began 1.8 million years ago and we are still in the Quaternary period.
The Neogene Period is not a part of the Quaternary Period. The Quaternary Period occurred right after the Neogene Period. The Neogene is divided into two, Miocene and the Pliocene epochs.
The first epoch of the Quaternary Period is the Pleistocene epoch.
Depends on the location you're referring to.
As this is the Quaternary period - take a look around.
The Quaternary Period began 2.6 million years ago.
the humans were the dominant organisms in the quaternary time period
That's When The Human race appeared
Yes. The Quaternary Period is part of the late Cenozoic.
what will you might see in the quaternary period
Currently we are in the Quaternary period.
the period is teritary the period after dinosaurs
It was cold in the Quaternary time period
We are in the Quaternary period now (Holocene Epoch). So it hasn't ended yet.
Humans currently live in the Holocene stage. This is part of the Quaternary period, and the Quaternary is a part of the Cenozoic era. The Quaternary began 2.588 million years ago.
The Quaternary Period.
Since that period is ' to the present, ' yes.
The Quaternary started around 1.8 million years ago and is also the current geologic time period.
Yes. We currently live in an "interglacial period" of the Quaternary Ice Age. Some people confuse "ice age" with a "glacial period" within an ice age.
We live in the Quaternary period.
Geologically speaking, we are in the Quaternary Period.