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Cricosaurus 160 - 137 23   Wuerhosaurus
132 - 29 3
  Iguanodon 126 - 13 13
Goniopholis 155 - 139.8 5.2       Psittacosaurus 126 - 101 25
Geosaurus 150 - 136 14     Polacanthus 130 - 125 5 Repenomamus
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Machimosaurus 154 - 30 24   Amargasaurus 129.4 - 122.46 6.94   
  Aragosaurus 145 - 140 5 Leptocleidus 140 - 125 15  
Tithonian
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Late Jurassic Subperiod
163.5 - 145 18.5
Jurassic Period 201.3 - 145 56.3
Nuth                 Drom
Berriasian Age 145 - 139.8 5.2
Hylaeosaurus              
Valanginian Age
  139.8  - 132.9 6.9
Acan   Para           Gall Lan
Hauterivian
132.9 - 29.4 3.5
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Barremian
  129.4 - 125 4.4
Eom           Yixi      
Aptian Age
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Early Cretaceous Subperiod 145 - 100.5 144.5
Cretaceous Period 145 - 65 80
Mesozoic Era (Middle Life) 251.9 - 65
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Mesozoic Era (Middle Life)
251.9 - 66
185.9
Jurassic Period 201.3 - 145 56.3
Late Jurassic Subperiod 163.5 - 145 18.5
Tithonian
152.1 - 145 7.1
150 - 145 5 Ctenochasma roemeri Comb jaw France & Germany
150 batrachognathus volans Frog jaws Karabastau Svita, Kaakhstan  
150 Fruitafossor windscheffeli, Fruita digger, Morrison formaiton, USA
31 Toothed seadevil, Neoceratias spinifer, Western Pacific ocean, depths 150 - 3,000 m, Present Least concern
150 - 0 Mirrorbelly, Monacoa grimaldii, Tropical zone, depths 300 - 4,750 m, Status not evaluated
150 - 136 14 Geosaurus giganteus Earth lizard France and Germany 
150 Sciurumimus albersdoerferi Squirrel mimic Lower Bavaria Germany
150 Saurophaganax maximus Lord of lizards Morrison formation USA 
150 Miragaia longoicollum Lourinha formation Portugal 
150 Fruitadens haagororum Fruita tooth 
150 - 145 5 Giraffatitian brancai Titanic giraffe Tendaguru formation Tanzania 
150 - 148.5 1.5 Archaeopteryx lithographica Old wing Solnhofen limestones, Germany
150 Amphicoelias altus Bioconcave Dakota & Morrison formaitons USA
150 Ankarana Special Reserve in northern Madagascar was created in 1956. It is a small, partially vegetated plateau 
150 Zion A warm, shallow inland sea started to advance into the region (transgress) 150 million years ago, finishing the job of flattening the sand dunes.[16] Limy ooze with some sand and fossils were laid down as 1-to-4-foot (0.30 to 1.22 m) thick sedimentation beds from Mid to Late Jurassic time. Some calcareous silt percolated down into the buried sand dunes (carrying red oxides with it) and eventually cemented them into the sandstone of the Navajo Formation. The limy ooze above would later lithify into the hard and compact limestone of the Carmel Formation, 200 to 300 feet (61 to 91 m) thick
150 Valley of Fire State Park is a public recreation and nature preservation area covering nearly 46,000 acres (19,000 ha) located 16 miles (26 km) south of OvertonNevada.[3] The state park derives its name from red sandstone formations, the Aztec Sandstone, which formed from shifting sand dunes 150
150 Lourinhã Formation (Portuguese pronunciation: [loɾiˈɲɐ̃] (About this soundlisten)) is a fossil rich geological formation in western Portugal,
150 - 66 34 Kimmeridge Clay is a sedimentary deposit of fossiliferous marine clay which is of Late Jurassic to lowermost Cretaceous age and occurs in southern and eastern England and in the North Sea.[1] This rock formation is the major source rock for North Sea oil. The fossil fauna of the Kimmeridge Clay includes turtles, crocodilessauropodsplesiosaurspliosaurs and ichthyosaurs, as well as a number of invertebrate species.
Solnhofen Plattenkalk, or Solnhofen Limestone, geologically known as the Altmühltal Formation, is a Jurassic Konservat-Lagerstätte that preserves a rare assemblage of fossilizedorganisms, including highly detailed imprints of soft bodied organisms such as sea jellies. The most familiar fossils of the Solnhofen Plattenkalk include the early feathered theropoddinosaur Archaeopteryx preserved in such detail that they are among the most famous and most beautiful fossils in the world. The Solnhofen beds lie in the German state of Bavaria (Bayern), halfway between Nuremberg (Nürnberg) and Munich (München) and were originally quarried as a source of lithographic limestone.
150 Birds
Late Jurassic ? Camptosaurus  western North America
150 Lourinhanosaurus (meaning "Lourinhã lizard") was a genus of carnivorous theropod dinosaur that lived during the Late Jurassic Period (Kimmeridgian/Tithonian) in Portugal. It is one of many large predators discovered at the Lourinhã Formation and probably competed with coeval Torvosaurus gurneyiAllosaurus europaeus, and Ceratosaurus.
Sables et Gres a Trigonia gibbosa is a geological formation in Europe. It dates back to the Late Jurassic.[
13 Chasmosaurus belli opening lizard Dinosaur Park formation Canada Late Jurassic 148 Ma
146 - 143 3 Rabekke Formation is a geological formation dating to the Latest Jurassic or Earliest Cretaceous. It is on the island of BornholmDenmark.
Cretaceous Period 145 - 66 79
Early Cretaceous Subperiod
145 - 100.5 144.5
145 - 0 Gandalfus yunohana, W Pacific, Least Concern
145 - 0 Floral egg crab, Atergatis floridus, Australia, Least Concern
145 - 66 79 Sauroddon elongatus Lizard tooth N America, Cretaceous
145 - 0 Whiptail gulper, Saccopharynx schmidti, N Atlantic ocean,  Least concern
145 - 0 Paddletail onejaw, Monognathus ahlstromi, N Pacific ocean depths 3,000 m, Status not evaluated
145 - 66 79 Baculites grandis, Walking stick rock, N America 
145 - 100.5 44.5 Heteroceras nebrascense, N America   
145 - 100.5 44.5 Shasticrioceras whitneyi, Alaska & Chile 
145 - 100.5 44.5 Crioceratites duvalii, Argentina & N Africa 
145 - 66 79 Graysonites reynoldsi, Japanese sea 
145 - 5.3 139.7 Vicarya fusiformis, Horn snail, Asia
145 - 66 79 Requienia ammonia, C America & Eurasia 
145 - 100.5 44.5 Tetrapodophis amplectus Four-footed snake Brazil
145 - 100.5 44.5 Xianglong zhaoi, Flying dragon, Yixian formation, China
145 - 100.5 44.5 Kaganaias hakusanensis Kaga water nymph Japan 
145 - 0  Emerald cockroach wasp Ampulex compressa Tropical zone
145 - 0  European mantis Mantis religiosa Worldwide 
145 - 0  Boxer mantis Hestiasula brunneriana SE Asia 
145 - 0  Pink orchid mantis Hymenopus coronatus SE Asia 
145 - 5.3 149.7 Scapanorhynchus lewisii Spade snout Atlantic ocean Cretaceous
145 - 100.5 44.5 Anatosuchus minor Duck corocodile Elrhaz formation Niger 
145 - 0  Xingu River ray Potamotrygon Xingu river Brazil Data deficient
145 - 100.5 44.5 Zhongyuansaurus luoyangensis Zhongyuan lizard Henan China
145 - 100.5 44.5 Shamosaurus scutatus Shamo desert lizard Khukhtekskaya formation Mongolia 
145 - 100.5 44.5 Malawisaurus dixeyi Malawi lizard Malawi
Berriasian Age 145 - 139.8 5.2
145 - 0 African clawed frog Xenopus laevis Subsarahia Least Concern
145 - 0 Common Suriname toad Pipa pipa Amazon basin Least Concern
145 – 100.5 44.5 Altirhinus kurzanovi High snoout Khukhtek formation Mongolia 
145 - 66 Carcharodontosaurids  carnivorous theropod
145 – 100.5 44.5 Luticosaurus valdensis Jute lizrd Isle of Wight
145 – 100.5 44.5 Acristavus gagslarsoni Non-crested grandfather Two Medicine and Wahweap formations USA 
 Early Cretaceous  ? Ouranosaurus Niger
Continents while not in their current positions on Earth, are shaped much as they are today. South America & Africa separate, & Atlantic ocean widens. A circum-equatorial sea, Tethys, forms between continents of Northern & Southern Hemisphere. westward movement of North America forms ancestral Rocky Mountains & ancestral Sierra Nevada. Sea levels rise, submerging about 30% of Earth's present land surface.

Vast inland seas dry up, exposing large land areas in North America & Eurasia. Australia begins to separate from Antarctica, & Greenland splits from North America. A remnant Tethys Sea persists in equatorial region.

global climate is generally warm. poles are free of ice.
Dinosaurs during this time included muttaburrasaurus, quetsalcoatlus, ankylosaurus. 
Snakes & modern mammals appeared.
Dinosaurs & other large reptiles peak as dominant vertebrate life form on Earth.
Dinosaurs extend their range throughout every continent.
Horned dinosaurs are common, while armored ankylosaurs & spiky nodosaurs are rare.
In shallow seas, invertebrates live in great diversity.
Ammonites are a dominant group.
Gastropods
Corals
Sea urchins
angiosperms early flowering plants
Modern trees
Many modern types of insects evolve.
Mesozoic Era (Middle Life)
251.9 - 66
185.9
Cretaceous Period 145 - 66 79
Early Cretaceous Subperiod
145 - 100.5 144.5
Berriasian Age 145 - 139.8 5.2
144 - 66 178 Mushroom Rock State Park, located in the Smoky Hills region of north-central Kansas, is noted for its mushroom rock formations. These rocks are the remains of beach sands and sediments of the Cretaceous Period, the interval of geologic time from about 144 to 66 
143 Bauxite of Cornet is a geological formation in Romania
 seafloor spreading created a relatively shallow Atlantic basin at the expense of deeper Pacific basin. This reduced the world's ocean basin capacity and caused a rise in sea level worldwide. 
140 - 70 30 Caprina adversa, Mexico & Europe 
140 - 136 4 Hylaeosaurus armatus Wealden lizard England Early Cretaceous
140 - 0 Green Iguana, Iguana iguana, C & S America Least concern
140 - 0 Rhinoceros iguana, Cyclura cornuta, Haiti & Dominican Republic Vulnerable
140 - 0 Pirarucu, Arapaima gigas,  Near threatened
140 - 0 Asian arowana, Scelopages formasus,   Endangered
140 - 0 Daggertooth pike conger, Muraenesox cinereus, Indian ocean & Mediterranean sea depth 700 m,  Least concern
140 - 90 50 Cedar Mountain Formation is the name given to a distinctive sedimentary geologic formation in eastern Utah. The formation was named for Cedar Mountain in northern Emery County, Utah, where William Lee Stokes first studied the exposures in 1944
140 - 50 90  Sevier orogeny was the result of convergent boundary tectonic activity between approximately 140 million years (Ma) ago and 50 
140 - 125 15 Wealden Group, occasionally also referred to as the Wealden Supergroup, is a group (a sequence of rock strata) in the lithostratigraphy of southern England.
140 An additional sequence of stream-laid and windblown sediments, the Entrada Sandstone(about 140 Mya), was deposited on top of the Navajo. Over 5,000 feet (1,500 m) of younger sediments were deposited and have been mostly eroded away. Remnants of the cover exist in the area including exposures of the Cretaceous Mancos Shale. The arches of the area are developed mostly within the Entrada formation.[7]
140 Lion Rock, or less formally Lion Rock Hill, is a mountain in Hong Kong
140 - 134 6  Bajadasaurus pronuspinax Downhill lizard Bajada Colonada formation Argentina Early Cretaceous
 Xinpongnaobao Formation is a geological formation in Inner MongoliaChina
Calcaire à Spatangues (French for: "limestone with Spatangus") is a geological formation in the Paris basin of northern central France
Valanginian Age  139.8  - 132.9 6.9
140 - 125 15 Wessex Formation is a fossil-rich English geological formation
139 - 134.6 4.4 Utahraptor  Moab, Utah
139 - 134.6 4.4 Gastonia  Cedar Mountain Formation in Grand CountyUtah
Mesozoic Era (Middle Life)
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Cretaceous Period 145 - 66 79
Early Cretaceous Subperiod
145 - 100.5 144.5
Valanginian Age  139.8  - 132.9 6.9
135 - 0 Rosy Lobsterette Nephropsis rosea Caribbean sea Least concern
135 - 101 34 Hekou Group is a geological group in Gansu Province, China.
135 - 127 8 EL Castellar Formation is a geological formation in La Rioja and Teruel, Spain
134 Tunbridge Wells Sand Formation is a geological unit which forms part of the Wealden Group and the uppermost and youngest part of the unofficial Hastings Beds. These geological units make up the core of the geology of the Weald in the English counties of West SussexEast Sussex and Kent.
138 - 128 10  Paraná and Etendeka traps, Brazil, Namibia and Angola form
Hauterivian Age 132.9 - 29.4 3.5
132.9 - 0 Phronima sedentaria, Oceans worldwide, Least Concern
132.9 - 0 Red stringray Hemitrygon akaiei W Pacific ocean Near threatened
140 - 0 Giant freshwater stringray Himantura polyenis SW Asia Endangered
133 - 120 13  Bungil Formation is a geological formation in Australia 
133 - 120 13 Jehol Biota ecosystem  of NE China 
? Sables de Cherre is a Mesozoic geologic formation in FranceDinosaur remains are among the fossils 
Mesozoic Era (Middle Life)
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Cretaceous Period 145 - 66 79
Early Cretaceous Subperiod
145 - 100.5 144.5
Hauterivian Age 132.9 - 129.4 3.5
138 - 128 10 Paraná and Etendeka traps, Brazil, Namibia and Angola form  million years ago. 132 million years ago, a possible supervolcanic eruption occurred, ejecting 8,600 cubic kilometers (2,063 cu mi)
132 - 129 3 Wuerhosaurus  Wuerho lizzard Ejinhoro formation China & Mongolia
131 Protopteryx fengningensis first wing Yixian and Huajiyig formations, China 
130 - 0 King-of-the-salmon, Trachipterus altivelis, Strait of Juan de Fuca, Least concern
130 - 0 Atlantic footballfish, Himantolophus groenlandicus, Northern oceans,  Status not evaluated
130 - 0 Cosmopolitan whipnose, Gigantactis vanhoeffeni, NW Atlantic ocean, 1,000 - 2,500m, Least concern
130 - 125  5 Hypsilophodon foxii hypsilophus-tooth Isle of Wight England
130  Lanzhousaurus magnidens Lanzhou lizard Gansu region China  
130 - 125  5 Baryonyx walkeri Heavy claws Weald Clay formation England
130 - 0 Triplewart seadevil, Cryptopsaras couesii, Oceans worldwide, depths 15 - 2,500m, Least concern
130 - 100 30 Wave Rock is a natural rock formation that is shaped like a tall breaking ocean wave. 15 m (49 ft) high and around 110 m (360 ft) long. It forms the north side of a solitary hill, which is known as "Hyden Rock". This hill, which is a granite inselberg, Hyden, Western Australia
130 - 88 42 Neovenatoridae  family of large carnivorous dinosaurs representing a branch of the allosauroids, a large group of carnosaurs that also includes the sinraptoridscarcharodontosaurids, and allosaurids. Compared to other allosauroids, neovenatorids had short, wide shoulder blades, and their ilia (upper hip bones) had many cavities. Africa, Asia, Europe, South America and North America.
130 - 125 5 Neovenator salerii New hunter Wesse formation England Early Cretaceous
11 Victoria amazonica, Amazon basin, 130 - Present
130 - 120 1-0 La Amarga Formation is a geologic formation with outcrops in the Argentine provinces of Río NegroNeuquén, and Mendoza. It is the oldest Cretaceous terrestrial formation in the Neuquén Basin.

The type locality is La Amarga Arroyo and China Muerta Hill.[1] The La Amarga Formation unconformably overlies the marine Agrio Formation of the Mendoza Group. It is in turn overlain by the Lohan Cura Formation, separated by another unconformity.

130 - 125 5 Neovenator Isle of WightUnited Kingdom "new hunter" is a  allosauroid dinosaur. At the time of its discovery on the Isle of Wight, United Kingdom, it was the best-known large carnivorous dinosaur from the Early Cretaceous (Hauterivian-Barremian) of Europe.[1]
130 Flowers
130 - 125.45 4.55 Concavenator corcovatus Hump backed from Cuenca Las Hoyas fossil site of Spain 
130 - 125 5 Hypsilophodon  Wessex Formation England
130 - 125  5 Baryonyx  United Kingdom & Iberia
130  Sao Khua Formation is a middle member of the Khorat Group. It consists of an alteration of pale red to yellowish-gray, fine to medium-grained sandstone and grayish-reddish brown siltstone and clay. Rare pale red to light gray conglomerates, containing carbonate pebbles, are also characteristic of this Formation. This geological formation in Thailand, 
130 Eotyrannus lengi Dawn tyrant Wessex formation England 
130 Pelecanimimus polyodon Pelican mimic Calizas de la Huerguina formaiton Spain
Barremian Age 129.4 - 125 4.4
129.7 - 122.1 7.6 Yixian Formation  JinzhouLiaoning China
129.4 - 122.46 6.94 Amargasaurus   cazaui La Amarga lizard La Amarga Formation 'Argentina
129.4 -  126.3 3.1 La Huérguina Formation
127 - 112 15 Lianmuqin Formation is an Early Cretaceous geologic formation composed of "interbedded red green and yellow variegated mudstones and siltstones"
127 - 115 12 Futalognkosaurus dukei Giant chief lizard Portezuelo formation Argentina 
127 - 115 12 Fukuiraptor kitadaniensis Thief of Fukui Japan
Mesozoic Era (Middle Life)
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Cretaceous Period 145 - 66 79
Early Cretaceous Subperiod
145 - 100.5 144.5
Barremian Age  129.4 - 125 4.4
126 Europejara olcadesorum European being Spain  
126 Utahraptor ostrommaysi Utah's thief Cedar Mountain formation N America 
126 Incisivosaurus gauthieri Incisor lizard Yixian formation China
126 Falcarius utahensis Sickle Cedar Mountain formation USA
126 Gastonia burgei Gaston's one Cedar Mountain fomation USA 
126 Jianchangosaurus yixianensis Jianchang lizard Yixian formation China 
Blesa Formation is a geological formation in Teruel and La Rioja, Spain  Dinosaur remains as well as eggs
126 - 122 4 Iguanodon bernissartensis Iguana tooth Asia, Europe, & North America
126 Liaoceratops yangzigouensis Liao horned face Yixian formaiton China 
126 - 101 25 Psittacosaurus   mongoliensis Parrot lizard ChinaMongoliaSiberia, & possibly Thailand & Laos
126 - 113 13 Xīnmínbǎo Group formations NC China
126 Dilong paradoxus Emperor dragon Yixian formaiton China 
Aptian Age 125 - 113 12
125 - 120  5 Istiodactylus latidens Sail finger Isle of Wight, England, Early Cretaceous
125.45 - 112.6 12.85 Auddoulicaeras renauxianum, Europe 
125 Sinodelphys szalayi Chinese possum Yixian formation, China, 
125 Eomaia scansoria, Dawn mother, Yixin formaiton, China
125 Changyuraptor yangi Chang yu robber Yixia formaiton China
125 Sinovenator changii Chinese hunter China
125 - 112 13 Suchomimus tenerensis Crocodile mimic Erlhaz formaiton Niger Early Cretaceous
125 Ichthyovenator laosensis Fish hunter Gres superieurs formatoin Laos
125 Achelousaurus horneri Achelous lizard Two Medicine formation USA
125 - 112 13 Ouranosaurus nigeriensis Brave lizard Elrhaz formation Niger Early Cretaceous
125 - 120 5 Zhongjianosaurus yangi Yang Zhongiian Yixian formation, China
125 - 120 5 Confuciusornis sanctus Confucius bird Yixian and Jiufotang formations, China
125 Iberomesornis romerali Spanish intermediate bird Cuenca province, Spain 
125 - 115 10  Kitadani Formation is a unit of Lower Cretaceous sedimentary rock which crops out near the city of Katsuyama in the Fukui Prefecture of Japan, and it is the primary source of Cretaceous-aged non-marine vertebrate fossils in Japan.
125 Amur river 8th oldest, empties Okhotsk sea. Known to be at least Cretaceous in age, but crosses mountains even older
 Jiufotang Formation (Chinese: 九佛堂组, pinyinjiǔfótáng zǔ) is an Early Cretaceous geological formation in Chaoyang, Liaoning which has yielded fossils of feathered dinosaurs, primitive birds, pterosaurs, and other organisms (see Jehol Biota). It is a member of the Jehol group
125 - 120 5 Ontong Java Plateau
125 - 112 13 Suchomimus  Ténéré Desert Sahara  (meaning "crocodile mimic") is a genus of spinosaurid theropod 
125 - 113  12 Ichthyovenator Grès supérieurs Formation LAOS
125 - 123.2 1.8 Repenomamus >< eucynodonts ( cynodonts) came first mammals. Most early mammals were small & shrew-like animals that fed on insects. Constant body temperature. All mammals have milk glands for their young.
Neocortex has evolved in mammals. This brain region is unique to mammals.
9 Repenomamus robustus, Reptile mammal, Yixian formation, China, Early Cretaceous 125 - 123.2 Ma
124.6 Caudipteryx  Yixian Formation of Sihetun Liaoning Province, northeastern China
2 Sinocalliopteryx gigas Chinese beaufiful lizard Yixian formaiton China Early Cretaceous 124.6 Ma
124.6 - 122 2.6 Sinosauropteryx Chinese lizard wings Yixian  Liaoning Province, NI China
124.6  Beipiaosaurus inexpectus Beipiao lizard Yixian formation China
124.6  Yutyrannus huali Feathered tyrant Yixian formation China Early Cretaceous
124.6  Caudiperyx zoui Tail feather Yixian formation China Early Cretaceous 
124.6 - 122 2.6 Sinornithosaurus millenii Chinese bird-lizard Yixian formation China 
124 - 120 4 Similicaudipteryx yixianensis Similar to Caudinh Yixian formation, China
122 Anchiornis huxleyi Near-bird Tiaojishan formaition China Early Cretaceous  
122 Jinfengopteryx elegans Golden phoenix Huanjiying formaiton China
122 - 0 Golden poison frog Phyllobates terriblilis W Colombia Endangered
120 Microraptor  LiaoningChina
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151.5 - 149.8 1.7 North
149.8 - 149.3  500,000 South
149.3 - 148.3 North
148.3 - 147.4 900,000 South
147.4 - 146.8 600,000 North
146.8 - 146.7 100,000 South
146.7 - 146.4 300,000 North
146.4 - 146 400,000 South
146 - 144.9 1.1 North
144.9 - 144.8 100,000 South
144.8 - 144.7 100,000 North
144.7 - 144.3 400,000 South
144.3 - 143.7 600,000 North
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143.7 - 142.3 400,000 South
142.3 - 141.9 400,000 North
141.9 - 141.2 700,000 South
141.2 - 139.5 1.7 North
139.5 - 138.9 600,000 South
138.9 - 138.2 700,000 North
South Pole

16
138.2 - 137.4 800,000 South
137.4 - 137.1 300,000 North
137.1 - 136.6 500,000 South
136.6 - 136.4 200,000 North
136.4 - 136.3 100,000 South
136.3 - 135.8 500,000 North
135.8 - 135.6 200,000 South
135.6 - 135.5 100,000 North
135.5 - 134.7 800,000 South
134.7 - 134.4 300,000 North
134.4 - 134.3 100,000 South
134.3 - 133.6 700,000 North
133.6 - 133.2 400,000 South
133.2 - 133.1 100,000 North
133.1 - 132.6 500,000 South
132.6 - 131.7 900,000 North
South Pole

16
131.7 - 131.4 300,000 South
131.2 - 131.1 100,000 North
130.7 - 130.6 100,000 South
130.6 - 130.2 400,000 North
130.2 - 129.8 400,000 South
129.8 - 129.4 400,000 North
129.4 - 128.9 500,000 South
128.9 - 128.6 300,000 North
128.6 - 128.3 300,000 South
128.3 - 128 300,000 North
128 - 127.5 500,000 South
127.5  - 127.4 100,000 North
127.4 - 127.3 100,000 South
127.3 - 127 300,000 North
127 - 126.5 500,000 South
126.5 - 125.4 1.1 North
South Pole

4
125.4 - 123.1 2.3 South
123.1 - 122.3 800,000 North
122.3 - 121.9 400,000 South
121.9 - 119 2.9 North
125 Eomaia scansoria, a eutherian mammal, leads to formation of modern placental mammals. It looks like modern dormouse, climbing small shrubs in Liaoning, China
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