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Burdigalian Age 20.44 - 15.97 4.47
Langhian Age 15.97 - 13.82 2.15
Miocene Epoch 23.03 - 5.333 17.697
Neogene Period 23.03 - 2.588 20,442
18 - 17.4
17.4 - 16.8
500 Fut 16.8 - 16.2 BC AD
16.2 - 15.6
15.6 - 15
Neogene Period 23.03 - 2.588 20,442
Miocene Epoch 23.03 - 5.333 17.697
Burdigalian Age 20.44 - 15.97 4.47
18 - 16 12 Miocene Climatic Optimum
18 - Present Kayan River slow loris, Nycticebus kayan, Borneo, Least concern
18 - Present Red slender loris, Loris tardigradus, 2 ss, Sri Lanka, Endangered
18 Microleo attenboroughi Small lion Queensland, Australia
18  Homotherium><Smilodon
18 - 0  ice sheets covering significant parts of Greenland
18 694 Great Years ago
17.5 - 15.5 2 Borhyaena tuberata Strong hyena Santa Cruz & Sarmiento formations, Argentina, Rio Firas formation, Chile
Neogene Period 23.03 - 2.588 20,442
Miocene Epoch 23.03 - 5.333 17.697
Burdigalian Age 20.44 - 15.97 4.47
17.1 - 0  eared seal or otariid or otary  Sea Lions
17.1 - 0  sea lions 
17.1 - 0 Fur Seals
17.1 - 0 South American fur seal Arctocephalus australis S America Least concern
17.1 - 1970 Japanese sea lion Zalophus japonicus Japanese sea
17.1 - 0 California sea lion Zalophus california NE Pacific ocean Least concern
17 - 0 New Caledonian crow Corvus moneduloides New Caledonia Least concern
17 - 6 11 Columbia River. 17th oldest. Empties Pacific ocean. huge outpourings of flood basalt lava covered the Columbia River Plateau and forced the lower Columbia into its present course. 
17 - 1950 Pied raven C. corax varius morpha leucophaeus, C. corax, Corvus, Corvidae, Passeriformes, Aves, colour morph of N Atlantic SS of common raven on Faroe Islands 
17 - 6 11  Columbia River Basalt Group. 
17 - 14 3 Yellowstone hotspot, Steens and Columbia River flood basalts, Pueblo, Steens, & Malheur Gorge-region, Pueblo MountainsSteens Mountain, Washington, Oregon, Idaho, USA; most vigorous eruptions 180,000km3/43,184mi3 of lava
17 - 2.5 14.5 Zygolophodon tapiroides, †Zygolophodon, †Mammutidae, Proboscidea, Mammalia 6Sp African, Asian, and European mammutid 
17 - 7 10 Choerolophodon, †Choerolophodontidae, Proboscidea, Mammalia large herbivorous   related to elephants. 6Sp
17 Pink fairy armadillo  Chlamyphorinae S American armadillos   Chlamyphoridae fairy armadillos Greater
17 Olivine basalt @ oceanic ridge.  
17 Basin & Range Province vast physiographic region W USA & NW Mexico.
17 Greater fairy armadillo >< pink fairy armadillo  
21 - 17 Mount Lindesay NSW, Australia; is part of the remnants of the Nandewar volcano
17 - 15 2 Columbia Plateau, Oregon Basin, Range of Pacific Northwest flooded with lava.
17 - 14 3 Columbia River Basalt Group.
17 - 14 3  Steens Mountain Lava flows 100s' thick
16.9 - 15.97 .93 Prolibytherium, †Climacoceratidae, Artiodactyla, Mammalia 1961 2Sp  N Africa and S Asia
16.9 - 2.6 14.3 Amphicyon major Ambiguous North AmericaEuropeAsia, and Africa
16.9 - 16 .9 Archaeobelodon  proboscidea Gomphotheriidae  Europe and Northern Africa (Egypt) ancestor of Platybelodon and Amebelodon  trunk and tusks 2305-3477kg
Neogene Period 23.03 - 2.588 20,442
Miocene Epoch 23.03 - 5.333 17.697
Burdigalian Age 20.44 - 15.97 4.47
16.548 Washburn Caldera 30x25km 250km2/60mi2 Oregon Canyon Tuff
16.5 - 0 Java sparrow Lonchura oryzivora Indonesia Least concern
16.5 - 15.5 1 Northwest Nevada volcanic field, Virgin Valley, High Rock, Hog Ranch, and unnamed calderas; West of the Pine Forest Range, Nevada; Tuffs: Idaho Canyon, Ashdown, Summit Lake, and Soldier Meadow.
16.548  McDermitt volcanic field Yellowstone hotspot, Nevada/ Oregon;  250km2/60mi2 of Oregon Canyon Tuff.
16.5 - 15.5 1 Northwest Nevada volcanic field (NWNV), Yellowstone hotspot (?), Virgin Valley, High Rock, Hog Ranch, and unnamed calderas; West of Pine Forest Range, Nevada;
16.4 pika
16.3 - 13.6 2.7 Australocamelus Camelid
Neogene Period 23.03 - 2.588 20,442
Miocene Epoch 23.03 - 5.333 17.697
Burdigalian Age 20.44 - 15.97 4.47
16 - 15 1 Haystack Rock  235'/72m sea stack in Cannon BeachOregon. 3rd-tallest   intertidal  in world,
16 Colorado Plateaus  uplifted   
16 - 11,000 Machairodontinae "saber-toothed cats" subfamily of carnivoran mammals of the family Felidae (true cats).   AsiaAfricaNorth AmericaSouth America, and Europe  
16 - 0 Hippopotamuses  stout, naked-skinned,   semiaquatic artiodactyl 3-chambered stomachs four toes closest to cetaceans.  2Sp 2Ge
pygmy hippo, Choeropsis liberiensis of the forests of west Africa
common hippo, Hippopotamus amphibius.
16 - 8 8 Kenyapotamus, †Kenyapotamus, †Kenyapotaminae, Hippopotamidae, Artiodactyla, Mammalia, 1983 ancestor of hippopotamuses  Kenya & Africa.
16 - 30,000 Anancidae  large herbivorous like   elephants.  Gomphotheriidae sensu lato
16 - 0 seriemas  BrazilBoliviaArgentinaParaguay and Uruguay
16 - 13.6 4.2 Cuyamacamelus jamesi, †Cuyamacamelus, Camelini, Camelidae, Artiodactyla, Mammalia, 1992
16 - 12 4 Rainbow Basin formation in   Calico Peaks range, 8/13 km N of Barstow in the Mojave Desert 
16 - 2.5 13.5 Amebelodontidae Family  Elephantida, Proboscidea, Mammalia 1927 11Ge like elephants.
16 Hoppin Peaks Caldera, Hoppin Peaks Tuff.
16 Hoppin Peaks Caldera, McDermitt volcanic field (South), Yellowstone hotspot,   Hoppin Peaks Tuff.
16 - 0 Red-legged seriema C. cristata, Cariama, Cariamidae, Cariamiformes, Aves, 1760 S America Least concern
16 - 11 5 Hemicyon, "Bear dog", †Hemicyoninae, Ursidae, Carnivora, Mammalia N America and Eurasia
16 - 3 13 CetotheriumCetotheriinae Cetotheriidae, Cetacea, Artiodactyla, Mammalia, "whale beast" 4Sp 1843 worldwide
Langhian Age 15.97 - 13.82 2.15
15.97 - 0 Indo-Pacific finless porrpoise N. phocaenoides, Neophocaena, Phocoenidae, Cetacea, Artiodactyla, Mammalia Indo-Pacific 1829 Vulnerable
15.97 - 3.6 12.37 Stegolophodon S. latidens, †Stegolophodon, †Stegolophodontidae, ProboscideaMammalia, evolved into Stegodon.  Asia, Africa. 5Sp
15.9 - 7.3 18.6 Kubanochoerus †Kubanocheoerini, Suidae, Artiodactyla, Mammalia 1928 Eurasia and Africa 6Sp
15.9 - 5.3 10.6 Aulophyseter morricei,Aulophyseter, incertae sedis, Physeteroidea, Cetacea, Artiodactyla, Mammalia, Ancient sperm whale NE Pacific, SW Atlantic 3Sp 1895
15.8 Pueblo Caldera 20x10km, Oregon; 40km3/10mi3 of Trout Creek Mountains Tuff. McDermitt volcanic field
15.7 Calavera Caldera, 17km; 300km3/72mi3 Double H Tuff. McDermitt volcanic field
Neogene Period 23.03 - 2.588 20,442
Miocene Epoch 23.03 - 5.333 17.697
Langhian Age 15.97 - 13.82 2.15
15.95 - 4.1 11.85 Stegodontidae Stegodon-like proboscideans Africa & Asia
15.6 Jordan Meadow Caldera, (size: 10–15 km wide);  350 cubic kilometers (84 cu mi) Longridge Tuff member 2–3
15.6 Longridge Caldera, 33km 400km2/96mi2  McDermitt volcanic field Nevada/ Oregon Longridge Tuff member 5
15.5 - 15 .5 Lake Owyhee volcanic field Yellowstone hotspot (?), 
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16.6 - 16.5 100,000 South
16.4 - 16.3 100,000 South
16 - 15.2 800,000 South

15.1 - 14.9 200,000 South
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