The Eocene Epoch, lasted from 56 to 33.9 million years ago. There is no such thing as the "lower Eocene period"!
very late cretaceous to eocene
Eocene comes from the Greek words meaning "dawn of the present." It is the age of the first large land mammals.
THE ANSWER IS EOCENE
The Eocene Epoch was the second epoch of the Tertiary Period. During this time, mammals were the dominant form of animal life.
It was much cooler.
Raymond Sullivan has written: 'A stratigraphic evaluation of the Eocene rocks of southwestern Wyoming' -- subject(s): Eocene, Geology, Stratigraphic Geology
In the late Eocene, 40 million years ago.
Kenneth David Rose has written: 'The Carpolestidae, early Tertiary primates from North America' -- subject(s): Carpolestidae, Paleontology 'Partial skull of the plesiadapiform primate Ignacius from the early Eocene of Wyoming' -- subject(s): Paleontology, Paromomyidae 'An unusual new mammal from the Early Eocene of Wyoming' -- subject(s): Eocene, Fossil Pangolins, Paleontology
it is believed that the amazon rainforest was formed during the Eocene Era
yo....it is 1,985,359 year ago0
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The oldest fossil bat comes from the Eocene of Wyoming.
There were five epochs in the Tertiary: Paleocene, Eocene, Oligocene, Miocene, and Pliocene.
They first evolved in the mid to early eocene epoch as creatures about the size of a cat.
Hyracotherium went extinct about 45 million years ago during the Mid-Eocene.
A basilosaurus is any of a group of very large extinct cetaceans of the family Basilosauridae, from the late Eocene period.
Laganum ocalanum is the smallest sand dollar at a minimum adult size of 1/8 of an inch. This species of sand dollar originated in the late Eocene epoch not long before 33.6 mya, which means this species survived the Eocene-Oligocene extinction.
It is currently believed that the first Artiodactyls lived in the Early Eocene epoch 55 million years ago.
Basilosaurus is the proper name for this creature. Basilosaurus died out during the Eocene extinction 33,000,000 years ago.
Earth was in the Lutetian stage of the Eocene epoch of the Paleogene Period. See link.