miocene epoch

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8 to 5.3 million years ago. The extensive fossil record of terrestrial life during the Miocene provides a fairly complete picture of the development of vertebrates, especially mammals. Miocene mammals were essentially modern, and half of the known modern families are present in the Miocene record. The horse evolved, mainly in North America, and advanced primates, including apes, were present in southern Europe. Some interchange of faunas occurred in the Northern Hemisphere between the Old and New Worlds. Free communication was possible between Africa and Eurasia, but South America and Australia remained isolated
Major division of the Tertiary Period, from
The Miocene epoch
miocene epoch


    Mi·o·cene ep·och

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    mayısin ipık


    /ˈmīəˌsēn ˈēpək/ /ˈmaɪəˌsiːn ˈiːpək/

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