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Toarcian Age
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Early Jurassic Subperiod
201.3 - 174.1 27.2
       
Aalenian Age

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Bathonian
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Middle Jurassic Subperiod 174.1 - 163.5 10.6
Pantosaurus 163.5 - 155.7 7.8    
                   
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Late Jurassic Subperiod 163.5 - 145 18.5
Jurassic Period 201.3 - 145 56.3
Mesozoic Era (Middle Life) 251.9 - 66 185.9
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Mesozoic Era (Middle Life)
251.9 - 66
185.9
Jurassic Period 201.3 - 145 56.3
Early Jurassic Subperiod
201.3 - 174.1 27.2
Toarcian Age 182.7 - 174.1 8.6
180 - 66 14 Aspidorhynchus acustirostris Shield snout 
180 Ohmdenosaurus  "Ohmden lizard" genus herbivorous dinosaur OhmdenGermany
180 - 170 10 Xintiangou Formation is a geological formation in China. Part of the stratigraphy of the Sichuan Basin
176.6 Siderops
? Tazoudasaurus
175.6 - 0 Orionides is a clade of tetanuran theropod
175.6 - 0  Avetheropoda, or "bird theropods", is a clade that includes carnosaurians and coelurosaurs to the exclusion of other dinosaurs.
175.6 - 88 87.6 Allosauroida superfamily therapod dinosaur 4 families: Metriacanthosauridae, Allosauridae, Carcharodontosauridae, Noevenatoridae. Pex predators along with Megalosauroidea
175.6 - 135 40.6 Metriacanthosauridae family of theropod
175 - 165 10 sand dunes accumulated, reaching their greatest thickness in the Zion Canyon area; about 2,200 feet (670 m) at the Temple of Sinawava Zion Canyon.
175 - 66 109 Eusauropoda "true sauropods" derived clade of sauropod dinosaurs.  node-based group that includes all descendant sauropods starting with the basal eusauropods of Shunosaurus, and possibly Barapasaurus, and Amygdalodon, but excluding Vulcanodon and Rhoetosaurus.[1] The Eusauropoda was coined in 1995 by Paul Upchurch to create a monophyletic new taxonomic group that would include all sauropods, except for the vulcanodontids. herbivorous, quadrupedal, and have long necks. South America, Europe, North America, Asia, Australia, and Africa.
Mesozoic Era (Middle Life)
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Jurassic Period 201.3 - 145 56.3
Middle Jurassic Subperiod
174.1 - 163.5 10.6
Aalenian Age 174.1 - 170.3 3.8
174.1 - 163.5 10.6 Notobatrachus degiustoi Southern Patagonia Argentina
174.1 - 163.5 10.6 Kosmoceras pronaie, Europe
174 - 0 Vampire squid, Vampyrotheuthis informalis, Oceans worldwide, ,Data deficient
174 - 163 11 Omeisaurus junghsiensis Omei lizard Shaximiao formation China 
174 - 163 11 Xinjiangtitan shanshanesis Titanic Xinjiang Qigu formaiton China 
174 - 163 11 Neosauropoda is a clade within Dinosauria, coined in 1986 by Argentine paleontologist José Bonaparte and currently described as Saltasaurus loricatusDiplodocus longus, and all animals directly descended from their most recent common ancestor.
174 - 66 18 Devil's Garden.  rock formations of the Escalante area have been designated the Escalante Member of Entrada Sandstone of the San Rafael Group 
171.6 - 145.5 26.1 Bienotheroides  genus of tritylodonts from the Jurassic of China and Mongolia.[1] The genus contains four species, primarily known from cranial remains
171.6 - 168.4 3.2 Eudmetoceras
171.6 - 161.2 10.4 Polistodon  genus of tritylodonts from the Bajocian or Callovian China single skull from Xiashaximiao Formation
171 - 164 7 Teleosaurus cadomensis Complete lizard Eurasia
171 - 158 13 Cañadón Asfalto Formation
170.3 - 167.7 2.6 Hyperlioceras
Duriavenator genus of theropod dinosaur  England 1S
Duriavenator hesperis,
157 - 152.2 4.8 Bothriospondylus
173 - 69 4 Magnosaurus
170 - 0 Turtles
 
Bajocian Age 170.3 - 168.3 2
170.3 - 152 18.3 Piatnitzkysauridae   family of megalosauroid dinosaurs. 3 genera: CondorraptorMarshosaurus, and Piatnitzkysaurus.
170 - 0 Yellow-spotted tropical night lizard Lepidophyma flavimaculatum C America Least concern
170 - 165 5 Omeisaurus "Omei lizard"  genus of sauropod dinosaur . lower Shaximiao Formation of Sichuan Province China.
170 Upheaval Dome is an impact structure, the deeply eroded bottom-most remnants of an impact craterCanyonlands National Park, Utah
170 - 168 2 Condorraptor is a genus of megalosauroid theropod
167 - 55 12 Metriorhynchus
168 - 67 1 Teleidosaurus
171 - 64 7 Teleosaurus
170 - 165 5 Chuandongocoelurus  genus of carnivorous tetanuran theropod dinosaur  China.
169 - 63 6 Xiaosaurus
201 - 168 33 Yunnanosaurus
170 Ozraptor
170 - 148 Megalosauridae is a monophyletic family of carnivorous theropod 
170 - 85 85 Megalosauroidea (meaning 'great/big lizard forms') is a superfamily (or clade) of tetanuran theropod 
? Maresaurus, Alfeldites, Apsorroceras, Asphinctites, Bigotites, Caumontisphinctes, Chondroceras, Cleistosphinctes, Cranocephalites, Dimorphinites, Diplesioceras, Docidoceras, Dorsetensia, Duashnoceras, Emileia, Eocephalites, Epistrenoceras, Ermoceras, Fissilobiceras, Frogdenites, Garantiana, Hebetoxyites, Hlawiceras, Kosmermoceras, Kumatostephanus, Labyrinthoceras, Leptosphinctes, Lissoceras, Magharina, Megasphaeroceras, Metrolytoceras, Nannolytoceras, Newmarracarroceras, Normannites, Oecoptychius, Oecotraustes, Okribites, Oppelia, Orthogarantiana, Otoites, Oxycerites, Parastrenoceras, Parkinsonia, Phaulostephanus, Poecilomorphus, Praebigotites, Praeparkinsonia, Procerites, Prorsisphinctes, Protoecotrausites, Pseudogarantiana, Pseudotoites, ReynesellaShirbuirnia, Siemiradzkia, Skolekostephanus, Sohlites, Sonninia, Sphaeroceras, Spinammatoceras, Spiroceras, Stegoxyites, Stemmatoceras, Strenoceras, Strigoceras, Telermoceras, Teloceras, Thamboceras, Toxamblyites, Toxolioceras, Trilobiticeras, Trimarginia, Tugurites, Vermisphinctes, Witchellia, Zemistephanus, Zurcheria, Belemnitina, Hibolites, Produvalia, Ophionautilus, Somalinautilus, Subcollina
170 - 45 25 Simolestes
171.6 - 164.7 6.9 Cadomites
178 - 75 3 Cadomoceras
170.3 Hyperlioceras
170 - 64 6 Durotrigensia
171.5 - 173.5 2 Guhsania
170.3 - 168.3 2 Lupherites
171.6 - 167.7 4.3 Skirroceras
169 - 165 4 Great Oolite Group is a Middle Jurassic stratigraphic unit that outcrops in southern England. It consists of a complex set of marine deposits primarily mudstone and bioclastic ooidal and fine grained limestone, deposited in nearshore to shelf settings.[1] It is exposed at the surface as a variably thick belt extending roughly NE-SW from the coast of Dorset up to the Humber. It is also present at depth in the Weald and Wessex Basins, as well as offshore. Several of the constituent formations, notably the Taynton Limestone Formation and the Forest Marble Formation are notable for their fossil content, including those of dinosaurs and pterosaurs and some of the earliest mammals.
169 - 143 26 Notch Peak is a distinctive summit located on Sawtooth Mountain in the House Range, west of DeltaUtahUnited States
1 Kulindadromeus zabaikalicus Kulinda runner Ukureyskaya formation Russia Jurassic 168.3 - 166.1 Ma
10 Yangchuanosaurus shangyouensis yongchuan lizard Upper Shaximiao formation China 168.3 - 163.5 Ma
Bathonian Age 168.1 - 166.1 2
Mesozoic Era (Middle Life)
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Jurassic Period 201.3 - 145 56.3
Middle Jurassic Subperiod
174.1 - 163.5 10.6
Bathonian Age 168.1 - 166.1 2
168 - 163 5 Agilisaurus louderbacki Agile lizard Sichuan province China Middle Jurassic
168 Chuanjiesaurus anaensis Chuanjie village lizard Chuanjie formaition China 
168 Chipping Norton Formation is a geological formation in Europe.
168 - 152 16 Shaximiao Formation SichuanChina, most notable for the wealth of dinosaurs
Valtos Sandstone Formation is a Middle Jurassic (Bathonianformation found in the Inner Hebrides of Scotland. It is the thickest member of the Great Estuarine Group. The lithology consists of sets of approximately 6 metre thick cross bedded sandstone, capped by thin shelly limestones containing bivalves of the genus Neomiodon [1] Dinosaur remains are among the fossils that have been recovered from the formation, although none have yet been referred to a specific genus.[2]
 168–163 5 Agilisaurus Thyrapod Sichuan Province E Asia
? Tianchisaurus, Hexinlusaurus, Lapparentosaurus, Zigongosaurus, Parkinsonia
168 - 62 6 Yandusaurus
168 - 61 7 Abrosaurus

167.7 - 164.7 3 Atlasaurus

167.7 - 161.2 Xuanhanosaurus (meaning "Xuanhan lizard") is a  theropod dinosaur that lived during the Middle Jurassic of China,

167.4 - 166.5 .9  Kilmaluag Formation is a Middle Jurassic geologic formation in Scotland. It was formerly known as the Ostracod Limestone for the abundance of fossil freshwater ostracods within it. The Kilmaluag Formation is very fossiliferous, with ostracods, gastropodsbivalves and vertebrate fossil remains. Vertebrate fossils include fish, crocodiles, mammals, lizards and some large reptile remains including dinosaurs.
167 - 155 12 Metriorhynchus geoffroyii Moderate snout W Europe
167 Cetiosaurus Europe
1 Spinophorosaurus nigerensis Spine-bearing lizard Tiouraren formation Niger MIddle Jurassic 167 Ma
4 Cetiosaurus oxoniensis Whale lizard Western europe and Morocco Middle Jurassic 167 Ma
167 Spinophorosaurus is a genus of sauropod dinosaur that lived in what is now Niger

167 Cetiosaurus

167 - 61 6 Jobaria

168 - 166 2 Marmarospondylus

8 Monolophosaurus jiangi Single-crested lizard Shishugou formation China Middle Jurassic 166 - 160 Ma
166 - 158 Oxford Clay Formation marine sedimentary rock formation underlying much of southeast England, from as far west as Dorset and as far north as Yorkshire.
1 Piatnitzkysaurus floresi Piatnitzky's izard Canadon asfalto formation Argentina Middle Jurassic 166 - 164 Ma
2 Megalosaurus Bucklandii Great lizard Taynton Limestone formation England Middle Jurassic 166 Ma
159 Shunosaurus
165 Huayangosaurus
Calcaire de Caen or Caen Limestone is a geological formation in France. It dates back to the mid-Bathonian of the Jurassic.[1] It was often quarried for building work and is referred to as Caen Stone

167 - 161 6 Afrovenator r abakensis African hunter Tiouraren formation Niger 

168 - 66 2 Dubreuillosaurus

171.6 - 161.2 10.4  Gasosaurus

168.3 - 165 3.3 Iliosuchus

166 Megalosaurus

167.7 - 166.1 1.6 Poekilopleuron

166 Proceratosaurus 
166 - 164 Wiehenvenator is a genus of predatory megalosaurid theropod dinosaur from the Middle Jurassic (Callovian) of Germany.

168.3 - 163.5 4.8 Yangchuanosaurus

167 - 161 6 Jobaria tiguidensis Tiouraren formation Niger 
Callovian Age 166.1 - 163.5 2.6
166 Proceratosaurus bradleyi Before horned lizard England 
166 - 160 6 Monolophosaurus  genus of tetanuran theropod dinosaur from the Middle Jurassic Shishugou Formation in what is now XinjiangChina  It was named for the single crest on top of its skull. Monolophosaurus was a mid-sized theropod at about 5 metres long.
166 - 164 2 Piatnitzkysaurus  megalosauroid theropod carnivore 4.3 metres (14 ft) long and around 450kg/990lb
165.7  Lexovisaurus durobrivensis Lexovii lizzrd Kimmeridge Clay formaiton England and France
165 - 155 10 Leedsichthys problematicus Leeds' fish
165 Huayangosaurus taibaii Huanyang lizard Shaximiao formaiton China 
165 Goblin Valley State Park Utah
165 Sarcolestes
165 - 0 Giraffe weevil Trachelophorus giraffa Madagascar
165 Marnes de Dives  formation   Normandy, France.
Marnes a Belemnopsis latesulcatus Formation is a Jurassic geologic formation   France.
165 - 161 4 Patagosaurus meaning "Patagonia lizard"  genus of eusauropodan dinosau  PatagoniaArgentina.
165 - 160 5 Shishugou FormationXinjiangChina.
165 - 130 35 Tendaguru Formation SE Tanzania
165 - 0 Coelurosauria (/sɪˌljʊərəˈsɔːriə/;[6][7] from Greek, meaning "hollow tailed lizards") is the clade containing all theropod
165 - 156 9 Scansoriopteryx heilmanni Clibing wing Tiaojishan formation China 
165 - 161 4 Patagosaurus fariasi Patagonia lizard Canadon Asfalto formation Argentina
164.7-161.2 Piveteausaurus "Jean Piveteau's lizard"  genus of theropod dinosaur  partial skull  Marnes de Dives formation of Calvados, N France 11 meters (36 feet
? Junggarsuchus
164 Dendrorhynchoides
164 Jeholopterus ninchengensis Jehol wings Tiaojishan formation, Mongolia & China
164 Proteroctopus ribeti, Ancient octopus, Voulte-sur-Rhone, France
164 Redopenna daohugouensis Foot feather Tiaojishan formation China
164 - 125 39 Turiasauria unranked clade of basal sauropod dinosaurs  Europe, North America, and Africa.
164 Proteroctopus ribeti was a primitive octopod 
164 Castorocauda lutrasimilis Beaver tail Daohugou beds Mongolia
164 Volatocotherium antiquum, Flying beast, Daohugou beds, Mongolia
Late Jurassic Subperiod 163.5 - 145 18.5
Oxfordian Age 163.5 - 157.3 6.2
163.5 - 145 18.5  Eryon cuvieri, Germany
163.5 - 145 18.5  Dollocaris ingens, France
163.5 - 145 18.5  Belemnotheutis antiquus, Belemnites, Oxford Clay formation, England
163.5 - 145 18.5  Camptosaurus dispar Brent lizard Morrison formation USA 
163.5 - 157.3 6.2 Gigantspinosaurus sichuanensis Giant-spined lizard Upper Shaximiao formation China
27 Sinemys gamera, China & Japan, Late Jurassic 163 - Early Cretaceous 110
162.6 Rhoetosaurus
162.6  Rhoetosaurus brownei Rhoetos lizard Queensland Australia
161.2 - 155.7 5.5 Leshansaurus is a genus of theropod dinosaur  Shaximiao Formation China.1 species 
 Leshansaurus qianweiensis. 
Mesozoic Era (Middle Life)
251.9 - 66
185.9
Jurassic Period 201.3 - 145 56.3
Late Jurassic Subperiod 163.5 - 145 18.5
Oxfordian Age 163.5 - 157.3 6.2
162 Eustreptospondylus "true Streptospondylus")  genus of megalosaurid theropod
161.2 - 0 Indian narrow-headed softshell turtle, Chitra indica, SE Asia, Endangered
161 Caihong juji Rainbow Tiaoajishan formaiton China Late Jurassic
161 - 114.4 46.6  Mamenchisaurus constructurs Mamenchi lizard Hantong and Shaximiao formations China
161 - 157 4 Limusaurus inextricabilis Mud lizard Shishugou formation China
161 Streptospondylus (meaning "reversed vertebra") is a genus of tetanuran theropod 
161 - 114.4 46.6 Mamenchisaurus SichuanChina
161 - 99 62 Diceras angulatum, Two horns, Europe 
160.9 - 160.2 .7 Anchiornis huxleyi Near-bird Late Jurassic
160.9 - 160.3 .6 Juramaia sinensis, Jurassic mother, Tiaojishan formation, China
160 Asfaltomylos patagonicus, Asfalto mole, Asfalto formation, Argentina
160 - 150 10  Brachytrachelopan mesai Short-necked pan Calcareo formation Argentina Late Jurassic
160 - 0 Fire salamander Salamandra salamadra Europe Least Concern
160 - 0 Olm Proteus anguinus N Adriatic Sea 
160? - 120? 40 Theriosuchus is an extinct genus of atoposaurid mesoeucrocodylian from Late Jurassic to Early Cretaceous of Europe (southern England), Southeast Asia (Thailand) and western North America (Wyoming), with fragmentary records from Middle Jurassic and Early Cretaceous sites in China, Morocco, and Scotland.
160 Yi qi trange wing Tiaojishan formation China   
160 Volkheimeria (meaning "of Volkheimer") was an eusauropod sauropod dinosaur.
160 - 0 Theria subclass of mammals amongst the Theriiformes (the sister taxon to Yinotheria). Theria includes the eutherians (including the placental mammals) and the metatherians (including the marsupials).
160 Eosinopteryx brevipenna dawn Chinese Tiaojishan formation China
160 Aurornis xui Dawn bird Late Jurassic  
160? - 130? 30 Losillasaurusmeaning "Losilla lizard" SE Spain
160 Tuojiangosaurus Sichuan China
160 - P Salamanders
160 - 0 Japanese clawed salamander Onychodactylus japonicus Japan Least Concern
160 Epidexipteryx hui Display feather Daohugou Beds Mongolia
160 - 0 Japanese giant salamander Andrias japonicus Japan Near threatened
160 Guanlong wucaii Crowned dragon Shishugou formation China
160 - 153Alcobaça Formation is a geological formation in Portugal.
160 Tuojiangosaurus multispinus Tuo river lizard Upper Shaximiao formation China
160 Sinraptor dongi Chinese robber Shishugou formation China
159 Shunosaurus jiangyiensis Shu lizard Xiashaximiao formation China
158.5 Tianyulong  Shandong Tianyu Museum of Nature where the holotype fossil is housed) was a genus of heterodontosaurid ornithischian dinosaur. The only species was T. confuciusi, whose remains were discovered in Jianchang County, Western Liaoning ProvinceChina.
158 Yinlong downsi Hidden dragon Shishugou formation China
Kimmeridgian Age 157.3 - 152.1 5.2
157.3 - 133.9 23.4 Dsungaripterus weii Junggar basin wings Junggar Basin China & Mongolia
157 - 137 20 Dakosaurus maximus Biter lizard Europe, Mexico and Argentina
156.3 - 146.8 9.5 Brontosaurus excelsus Thunder lizard Morrison formation USA
155 - 145 10 Dryosaurus  Dinosaur National Monument
Mesozoic Era (Middle Life)
251.9 - 66
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Jurassic Period 201.3 - 145 56.3
Late Jurassic Subperiod 163.5 - 145 18.5
Kimmeridgian Age 157.3 - 152.1 5.2
156 Hesperosaurus mjosi Western lizard Morrison formation USA Late Jurassic  
155.7 - 150.8 4.9 Scaphognathus crassirostris Tub jaws Solnhofen Limesstone, Germany
155.7  Sordes pilosus, Filth Late Jurassic
 Marnes de Bleville is a geological formation in France. 6 to 12 metres thick
155 - 148 7 Othnielosaurus consors Lizard of Othniel Marsh Morrison formaiton USA
155 - 145 10 Dryosaurus altus Tree lizard Morrison formation USA
155 - 150 5  Dicraeosaurus hansemanni Double-headed lizard Tendaguru Hill Tanzania
155 - 150 5  Mymoorapelta maysi Morrison formation USA 
155 - 146.8 8.2 Allosauridae is a family of medium to large bipedal, carnivorous allosauroid neotheropod dinosaurs from the Late Jurassic.[2] Allosauridae is a fairly old taxonomic group, having been first named by the American paleontologist Othniel Charles Marsh in 1878.[3] Allosaurids are characterized by an astragalus with a restriction of the ascending process to the lateral part of the bone, a larger medial than lateral condyle, and a horizontal groove across the face of the condyles.[4]
155  Camadas de Guimarota, simply Guimarota, or Camadas de Alcobaça is a disused coal mine near the city of Leiria in central Portugal. The mine is within layers of the Alcobaça FormationKimmeridgian age of the Late Jurassic period,[1] it contains a diverse array of fossil animals and plants, including dinosaurs and mammals.
155 - 152 3 Marshosaurus is a genus of medium-sized carnivorous theropod dinosaur, belonging to the Megalosauroidea, from the Late Jurassic Morrison Formation of Utah and possibly Colorado
155 - 150 5 Stegosaurus  Morrison Formation Western US stenops Roof lizard Morrison formation USA
155 - 145 10 Camarasaurus  Morrison Formation of Colorado & Utah
155 - 145  10 Allosaurus fragilis different lizard Cleveland-Lloyd Dinosaur Quarry  Utah USA, Portugal and Tanzania
155 Kaatedocus siberi Small beam Morrison formation USA 
154 - 150 4 Gargoyleosaurus parkpinorum Gargoyle lizard Morrison formation USA 
154 - 150 4 Elaphrosaurus bambergi Light-footed lizard tendaguru formation Tanzania
154 - 152 2 Diplodocus  Morrison Formation West USA
154 Ornitholestes  hermanni Bird robber Morrison formation USA Bone Cabin Quarry near Medicine BowWyoming
154 - 153 1 Brachiosaurus  North America
154 - 150 4 Dacentrurus Kimmeridge Clay  SwindonEngland armatus Tail full of points Kimmeridge clay formaiton England
154 - 152 2  Diplodocus hallorum, longus Double Lizard Morrison formation USA 
154 Brachiosaurus altithorax Arm lizard 
154 Europasaurus holgeri European lizard Germany  
153 - 148 5 Ceratosaurus nasicornis Horned lizard  
153 - 148 5 Ceratosaurus Garden Park, Colorado
153 - 148 5 Torvosaurus genus of carnivorous megalosaurid theropod dinosaurs
153 Supersaurus vivianae Super lizard Lake
153 - 148 5 Torvosaurus tanneri Savage lizard Morrison formation USA
Tithonian Age 152.1 - 145 7.1
152 - 150.8 1.2 Pleurosaurus goldfussi Side lizard Bavaria Germany and Canjuers France 
152 - 150 2 Barosaurus lentus Heavy lizard Morrison formation USA
152 - 151 1 Apatosaurus ajax Deceptive lizard Morrison formation USA
152 - 85 67 Spinosauridae (or spinosaurids, meaning "spined lizards") family of megalosauroidean theropod
152 - 151 1 Apatosaurus  Morrison Formation  ColoradoOklahomaNew MexicoWyoming, & Utah  USA
152 Kentrosaurus   aethiopicus Spike lizard Tendaguru formaiton Tianzania 
151.5  Jurovenaator starki Jura hunter Jura France 
150.8 - 148.5 2.3 Rhamphorhynchus longicaudus Beak snout Europe & Tanzania
150.8 - 99.7 60.1 Pavlovia Pavlovi, Eurasia 
150.8 Compsognathus longipes Elegant jaw Germany, France Bavaria Germany
150.8 - 148.5 2.3 Anurognathus ammoni Woithout tail jaw Solnhofen limestone, Germany
150.8 - 148.5 2.3 Pterodactylus antiquus Winged finger Europe maybe N Africa
150 - 145 5 Giraffatitan  Tanzania
150 Miragaia  PortoPortugal
150 Saurophaganax  Morrison Formation OklahomaUSA
Pole Shifts
   
161 Ability to measure Pole shifts starts
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? - 161 ? South
161 - 160 1 North
160 - 159 1 South
159 - 158.8 200,000 North
158.8 - 158.6 200,000 South
158.6 - 158.5 100,000 North
158.5 - 158.4 100,000 South
158.4 - 158.3 100,000 North
158.3 - 158.2 100,000 South
158.2 - 158.15 50,000 North
158.15 - 158.1 50,000 South
158.1 - 158.05 50,000 North
158.05 - 158 50,000 South
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158 - 157.9 100,000 North
157.9 - 157.7 200,000 South
157.7 - 157.6 100,000 North
157.6 - 157.5 100,000 South
157.5 - 157.4 100,000 North
157.4 - 157.25 150,000 South
157.25 - 157.2 50,000 North
157.2 - 157.15 50,000 South
157.15 - 157.1 50,000 North
157.1 - 156.9 200,000 South
156.9 - 156.8 100,000 North
156.8 - 156.7 100,000 South
156.7 - 156.6 100,000 North
156.6 - 156.5 100,000 South
156.5 - 156.3 200,000 North
156.3 - 155.9 400,000 South
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155.9 - 155.7 200,000 North
155.7 - 155.4 300,000 South
155.4 - 155.2 200,000 North
155.2 - 155.1 100,000 South
155.1 - 154.9 200,000 North
154.9 - 154.8 100,000 South
154.8 - 154.5 300,000 North
154.5 - 154.2 300,000 South
154.2 - 153.6 600,000 North
153.6 - 152.9 700,000 South
152.9 - 152.7 200,000 North
152.7 - 152.3 400,000 South
152.3 - 151.9 400,000 North
151.9 - 151.7 200,000 South
151.7 - 151.6 100,000 North
151.6 - 151.5 100,000 South
151.5 - 149.8 1.7 North
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