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Piacenzian Age 3.6 - 2.588 1.012
Pliocene Epoch 5.333 - 2.588 2.745
Neogene Period 23.03 - 2.588 20,442
Aztlanolagus
Gelasian Age 2.588 - 1.8 788,000
Pleistocene Epoch 2.588 - 11,650 2,576,350
Quaternary Period 2.588 - Present
North Pole - 2.6
South Pole 2.6 - 2
  Smilodon (Saber Tooth Tiger) 2.5 - 10,000 2,490,000
                                                                                                                                                                                                       
Hominid Skeletons 7.2 - Present
2.7 - 2.64
2.64 - 2.58
500 Fut 2.58 - 2.52 BC AD
2.52 - 2.46
2.46 - 2.4
Neogene Period 23.03 - 2.588 20,442
Pliocene Epoch
5.333 - 2.588
2.745
Piacenzian Age 3.6 - 2.588 1.012
2.7 - 0 Scimitar oryx Oryx dammah, Ory, Hippotraginae, Bovidae, Artiodactyla, Mammalia Sahara Extinct & reintroduced

2.7 - 300 Boring Lava Field, Boring, Oregon, USA

2.7 Great American Biotic Interchange at peak
2.7 - 0 Armadillos move into N America from S America
2.7 - 10,000 Giant Armadillo moves in to N America from S America. Glyptodontinae subfamily  superorder Xenarthra 2K kg spiked tail  South America moved to N America
2.7 - 11,000 Pampatheriidae moves to N America from S America genus of armadillo 200/440
2.7 - 0 Oposum enters N America

Neogene Period 23.03 - 2.588 20,442
Pliocene Epoch
5.333 - 2.588
2.745
Piacenzian Age 3.6 - 2.588 1.012
2.6 - 12,000 Panochthus frenzelianus, S America 
2.6 - 0 Markhor Capra falconeri W Himalaya Near threatened
2.6 - 0 Walia ibex Capra walie Ethiopia Endangered
2.6 - 0 Andean condor Vultur gryphus Andean mountains Near threatened
2.6 - 11,000 American cheetah Miracinonyx inexpectatus N America
2.6 - 0 Alpine ibex Capra ibex, Capra, Caprinae, Bovidae, Artiodactyla, Mammalia, Alps Least concern
2.6 - 0 Rüppell's fox Vulpes rueppellii, N Africa, M East, SW Asia.
2.6 - 0 Corsac fox Vulpes corsac, Vulpes, Canidae, Carnivora, Mamalia,  semi-deserts and deserts Mongolia- NE China
2.6 - 0 Arctic Fox spreads to Eurasia and Americas from Tibetan Plateau.
2.6 Sundaland goes underwater   Southeastern Asia 
2.6? - 40,000 2.6 Eurasian Giant Beaver Castor fiber, Castor, Castorinae, Castoridae, Rodentia, Mammalia, Eurasia
2.6 Pole Shifts  N to S 2.6m-10k Veldwezelt-Hezerwater Paleolithic
2.6 - 1892 Portuguese ibex, Capra pyrenaica lusitanica, C. pyrenaica, Capra, Caprinae, Bovidae, Artiodactyla, Mammalia,
2.6 - 0.0077 0 Megaloceros Eurasia
2.6±0.2 STS 71 Australopithecus africanus 1947 SterkfonteinSouth Africa Robert Broom and John T. Robinson
2.6 - 0 American black bear Ursus americanus N America Least concern
2.58 - 0 Freshwater crocodile Crocodylus johnstoni N Australia  Least concern
Quaternary Period 2.588M - Present
Pleistocene Epoch
2.588 - 11,650 2,576,350
Gelasian Age 2.588 - 1.8 788,000
2.58 - 0 North American brown lemming, Lemmus trimucronatus, Lemmus, Arvicolinae, Cricetidae, Rodentia, Mammalia LC
2.58 - 0 Brown rat, Rattus norvegicus, Rattus, Muridae, Rodentia, Mammalia Worldwide,   Least concern
2.58 - 0 Black rat, Rattus rattus, Africa, Eurasia & Australia, Least concern
2.58 - 0 Patagonian mara, Dolichotis patagonum, Dolichotis, Caviidae, Rodentia, Mammalia Argentina, Near threatened
2.58 - 0 Bornean orangutan, Pongo pygmaeus, 3 ss, Borneo, Critically endangered
2.58 - 0 African brush-tailed porcupine, Atherurus africanus, C Africa, Least concern
2.58 - 0 Verreaux's sifaka, Propithecus verreauci, Propithecus, Indriidae, Strepsirrhini, Primates, Mammalia S Madagascar,  Endangered
2.58 - 0 Aye-aye, Daubentonia madagascariensis, N Madagascar,  Vulnerable
2.58 - 2,300 Koala lemur, Megaladapis edwardsi, Megaladapis, Megaladapidae, Strepsirrhini, Primates, Mammalia 3Sp Madagascar
2.58 - 24,000 Asian straight-tusked elephant, Palaaeolocodon namadicus, Asia
2.58 - 1768 Stellar's sea cow, †Hydrodamalis gigas, †Hydrodamalis, Dugongidae, Sirenia, Mammalia Comander islands, between Russia & Alaska
2.58 - 0 Chambered nautilus, Nautilus pompilius, Nautilus, Nautilidae, Nautilida, Nautiloidea, Cephalopoda, Mollusca Indo-Pacific ocean,  VU
2.58 – .0117 Sclerocalpytus ornatus, Hard cover, Argentina
2.58 - 0 Beluga whale Delphinapterus leucas, Delphinapterus, Monodontidae, Cetacea, Artiodactyla, Mamamalia Arctic circle Least concern
2.58 - .0117 Toyotamaphimeia machikanensis Japan
2.58 - 0 Bighorn Sheep Ovis canadensis W N America   Least concern
2.58 - 1799 Bluebuck Hippotragus, S Africa
2.58 - 0 Saiga antelope Saiga tatarica C Asia    Critically endangered
2.58 - 0 Springbok Antidorcas marsupiali S Africa Pleistocene Least concern
2.58 - 1627 Aurochs Bos primigenius
2.58 - 1938 Bali tiger Panthera tigris sandaisa Bali island
2.58 - 0 Bengal tiger Panthera tigris tigris India   Endangered
? Sechuran fox "Peruvian desert fox" Lycalopex sechurae canid, S America
? hoary fox "meadow fox" Lycalopex vetulusBrazil feeds primarily on small invertebrates such as insects.
2.58 - 2.427 .153 Bramertonian Stage biostratigraphic stageprecedes   Pre-Pastonian Stage  British Isles. Bramerton Pits in Norfolk, 
2.6 - 1.8 Biber Complex interglacial stage in Alps. 20 glacial cycles of varying intensity
2.6 - 1.86 Pastonian interglacial, now called the Pastonian Stage (from Paston, Norfolk), is the name for an early or middle Pleistocene stage used in the British Isles.
2.588 - 0 Laurentide Ice Sheet 
2.588 - 0  black and brown rats >< Old World Rats  AfricaEuropeAsia, and Australia
2.5888 - 0 Black Rat India and Southeast Asia, and spread to the Near East and Egypt, and then throughout the Roman Empire, reaching Great Britain as early as the 1st century AD
2.5888 - 0 Brown Rat  Asia, northern China and Mongolia, the brown rat spread to other parts of the world sometime in the Middle Ages
2.588 - 39,000 2,549,000 Elasmotherium Eurasia 
2.58 - 0 Reindeer Rangifer tarandus Arctic circle Vulnerable
2.5 Taung 1 (Taung Child) Australopithecus africanus 1924 South Africa Raymond Dart
2.5 KNM-WT 17000 (The Black Skull) Paranthropus aethiopicus 1985 Kenya Alan Walker
2.5 BOU-VP-12/130 Australopithecus garhi 1997 Ethiopia Yohannes Haile-Selassie
2.4±0.1 UR 501 (Uraha jawbone) Homo rudolfensis 1991 Malawi Tyson Msiska, Timothy Bromage, Friedemann Schrenk
Quaternary Period 2.588M - Present
Pleistocene Epoch
2.588 - 11,650 2,576,350
Gelasian Age 2.588 - 1.8 788,000
2.5 - 50,000 Giant koala, Phascolarctos sti, Pleistocene
2.5 - 0 Asian Elephant Elephus Maxicus SE Asia  Endangered
2.5 - 1.5  1 Southern mammoth, Mammmuthus meridianalis, Eurasia, Early Pleistocene
2.5 - 0 African manatee, Trichechus senegalensis, W Africa, Vulnerable
2.5 - 0 West Indian Manatee, Trichechus manatus, C America,   Vulnerable
2.5 - 11,000 Glyptodon clavipes, Carved tooth, S America
2.5 - .8 Mammuthus meridionalissouthern mammoth  mammoth   Europe and Central Asia
2.5 - 0 Aardwolf Proteles cristata Africa Least concern
2.5 - 0 Nile crocodile Crocodylus niloticus Africa Least concern
2.5 - 4,000 Pelorovis antiquus Monstrous sheep SE Africa 
2.5 - 12,000 Elephas beyeri dwarf elephant  Elephantidae family.  1SCabarruyan Island  Philippines 
2.5 - 1768 Steller's sea cow Hydrodamalis gigas, Hydrodamalis, Dugongidae, Sirenia, Mammalia,  described 1741. Commander Islands in the Bering Sea range more extensive in Pleistocene 8–10T  9m/30'.
2.5 - 1627 Aurochs Bos primigenius, Bos, Bovinae, Bovidae, Artiodactyla, Mammalia,   Asia, Europe, and North Africa. ancestor of domestic cattle.   Jaktorów Forest, Poland.
2.5 - 12,000 Cretan owl Athene cretensis Crete
2.5 - 1909  Tarpan subspecies Equus ferus ferus, Equus ferus, Equus, Equidae, Perissodactyla, Mammalia, Eurasian wild horse,
2.5 - 5,000  Ibiza rail Rallus eivissensis, Rallus, Rallidae, Gruiformes, Aves, cave at Es Pouàs, island of Ibiza.
2.5 - 0  Asian elephant Elephas maximus,  Elephas  Indian subcontinent and Southeast Asia,  Three subspecies  recognised—E. m. maximus from Sri LankaE. m. indicus from mainland Asia and E. m. sumatranus from the island of Sumatra.
2.5 - 5,000 Canariomys bravoi, Canariomys, Muridae, Rodentia, Mammalia, islands of Tenerife and Gran Canaria,  1kg/2.2 lb. 
2.5 - 0 Culpeo Lycalopex culpaeus, Lycalopex, Canidae, Carnivora, Mammalia, ,  S America
2.5 - 0  Bush dog Speothos venaticus, Speothos, Canidae, Carnivora, Mammalia, C&S America. Very rare except Suriname, Guyana, Peru;  only living species  genus Speothos, closest living relative is the maned wolf CS America or African wild dog. NT
2.5 - .6 1.9 Lake Bungunnia  Austalia
2.5 - 0  Short-eared dog Atelocynus microtis, Atelocynus, Canini, Caninae, Canidae, Carnivora, Mammalia, . evolved when migrated N to S America. 1914.  Amazonian basin.  only speciesin genus .
2.5 - .2 2.3 Pre-Illinoian Interglacial Stag Nebraskan stage
2.5 - 0 Amazonian Manatee, Trichechus inunguis, Trichechus, Trichechidae, Sirenia, Mammalia VU 
2.5 - 11,000 2.5 Glyptodon Glyptodontinae, Chlamyphoridae, Cingulata, Mammalia, . S America 7Sp
2.5 - 11,000 2.5 Smilodon Smilodontini, Machairodontinae, Felidae, Feliformia, Carnivora, Mammalia, 2Sp Americas
2.5 - 0 Pig
2.5 - 1 1.5 Sus strozzi, Sus, Suidae, Artiodactyla, Mammalia Mediterranean. Displaced by Boar from Euasia
2.5 - 0 blue whale Balaenoptera musculus, Balaenopterida, Balaenopteridae, Cetacea, Artiocactyla, Mammalia,
2.5 - 0 Sumatran Rhinoceros
2.5 - 0 black rhinoceros
2.5 - 0 Indian rhinoceros
2.5 - 0  Racoon migrated north from tropics
2.5 - 0 Northern elephant seal Mirounga angustirostriis, Mirounga, Phocidae, Pinnipedia, Pinnipediformes, Carnivora, Mammalia, NE Pacific  Least concern
2.5 - 0 Walrus Odobenus rosmarus, Odobenus, Odobenidae, Pinnipedia, Pinnipediformes, Carnivora, Mammalia, Arctic circle Vulterable
2.5 - 0 European polecat Mustela putorius Europe  Least concern
2.5 - 0 Wolverine Gulo gulo N American and Eurasia Least Concern
2.5 - .5 2  Smilodon fatalis Fatal tooth double-edged knife S America
2.5 - 10,000 Smilodon populator Tooth shaped like double who brings devastation America
2.5 - 0 Leopard Panthera pardus Africa and Asia Vulnerable
2.5 - 0 Northern lion Panthera leo leo Subsaharian zone Vulnerable
Quaternary Period 2.588M - Present
Pleistocene Epoch
2.588 - 11,650 2,576,350
Gelasian Age 2.588 - 1.8 788,000
2.5 - 1.7 .8 Homo ergaster 700 - 850 CC cranium
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