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Cenozoic Era
Geologic Eras Mix
Mesozoic Era
Paleozoic Era
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Paleozoic Era
 
 
The Precambrian This quiz challenges your knowledge of the Precambrian.

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The Permian Period The Permian period was a time of great biodiversity which would remain unparalleled for nearly 100 million years.

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Paleozoic Era
 
 
Geologic Time Geologic time started 4.6 billion years ago with the formation of the Earth. As time progressed the surface of the molten planet cooled, oceans formed, and life arose. These events left a mark on the land which can be glimpsed through the rock and fossil records.

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Geologic Eras Mix
 
 
Geologic Time 2 Geologic time started 4.6 billion years ago with the formation of the Earth. As time progressed the surface of the molten planet cooled, oceans formed, and life arose. These events left a mark on the land which can be glimpsed through the rock and fossil records.

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