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When was the Cambrian Period?


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2008-11-29 02:52:37
2008-11-29 02:52:37

The Cambrian Period was from about 543 to 490 million years ago. It is the earliest period in the Paleozoic ("old life") Era. Until relatively recently paleontologists thought this marked the beginning of life. Primitive life is now know from the Pre-Cambrian Eon.

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The only plant from the Cambrian period is algae.

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The Cambrian Period was a part of the Paleozoic era

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There was no language used in the Cambrian period. Humans had not yet evolved.


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