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FC: THE PLIOCENE ERA ABDULRAZAQ AL MATOUQ 7-2 Ms.Moore Science
1: TABLE OF CONTENT | INTRODUCTION CLIMATE/TIME PLANTS ANIMALS ENDING summary bibliography | 2 4 6 8 10 12 back cover | topic page
2: INTRODUCTION | The climate, plants, animals are different in the Pliocene era and now. The plants and animals are mostly the same but the climate is different. The climate is much different for example in winter its much cooler than now than the Pliocene epoch and its much warmer in summer in the Pliocene epoch and now.
4: climate/time | The climate changed in the Pliocene epoch from warm to cool. the climate change helped most animals and plants to survive. if there was global warming still without cooling many animals would die. the Pliocene epoch lasted only five million years. the climate had changed a lot from very warm to cool it was m ore warmer in summer and more cooler after the cooling. fifth epoch of the Cenozoic era
6: plants | plants during the Pliocene epoch still exist today. lilies and oak trees still survive now. Plants like Ochides, lilies and the rose family, still survive today but not them from millions of years ago but there offspring. The plants in the Pliocene epoch although the same but some became extinct.
8: animals | Like plants mammals, bird, reptiles that exist, still survive. the Wooly mammoth and the Sabertooth survived the Pliocene epoch but not now. most animals that survive now survived the Pliocene epoch.
10: ending | The Pliocene era has a harsh weather for plants and animals to survive. The plants and animals are likely the same but animals like the Wooly mammoth and the Sabertooth are not surviving now. The Pliocene era was harsh for organisms to survive.
12: summary | plants and animals of the Pliocene epoch mostly the same now. lilies, oak trees and grasses are plants that survive now. Animals like mammals, birds, and reptiles still survive now. Climate today is not the same in the Pliocene epoch. The climate changed from warm to cool. most of the things are same but small amount of things are different. The Pliocene epoch lasted for five million years. fifth epoch of the Cenozoic era