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Check out Mike Keesey's web site on dinosaurs at
(The Dinosaur Web Pages).
I don't remember if he shows all the ages, or just the Mesozoic, but he
does show a complete breakdown of each time period within the Mesozoic, down
to 1-2 million year periods.
From: John M. Dollan <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: Dinosaur Mailing List <email@example.com>
Date: Sunday, September 27, 1998 5:57 PM
>Argh...it is amazing how hard it is to find an updated, fairly accurate
>paleontological timeline on the net. The closest I came mentioned
>something about fission reactors in the preCambrian and kangaroos in the
>Mesozoic...needless to say, I've given up random searches.
>So...does anyone know of any good, up to date, scientific timelines?
>I'm looking for, not only biological development, but geological and
>John M. Dollan
>Montana State University-Northern
>"To make an apple pie from scratch, you must first create the
>universe...." Carl Sagan