Pliocene

• (n.) The Pliocene period or deposits. • (a.) Of, pertaining to, or characterizing, the most recent division of the Tertiary age.
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Pliocene

(pronounced PLEE-oh-seen) The Pliocene was an epoch in geologic time that lasted from 5-1.8 million years ago (it was at the end of the Tertiary period). During this epoch, the first hominids (australopithecines) andmodern forms of whales appeared. The ancient shark megalodon swam the seas during this time.
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Pliocene

Pliocene epoch noun from 13 million to 2 million years ago; growth of mountains; cooling of climate; more and larger mammals
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Pliocene

Pli'o·cene adjective [ Written also pleiocene .] [ Greek ... more + ... new, recent.] (Geol.) Of, pertaining to, or characterizing, the most recent division of the Tertiary age.
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Pliocene

Pli'o·cene noun (Geol.) The Pliocene period or deposits.
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Pliocene

A geological era lasting from approximately 5 to 2 million years ago.
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Pliocene

A geological period 7-2 mya.
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Pliocene

Final epoch of the Tertiary period, spanning the time between 5.3 and 1.8 million years ago. It is named after the Greek words 'pleion' (more) and 'ceno' (new).
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Pliocene

Pliocene Of or belonging to the geologic time, rock series, or sedimentary deposits of the last epoch of the Tertiary Period, characterized by the appearance of distinctly modern animals. From thirteen million to two million years ago; there was a growth of mountains; a cooling of the climate; and more and larger mammals. During this time the glob...
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Pliocene

The Pliocene was the sixteenth geological period, 8,000,000 years ago. It marked the modern formation of the continents.
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Pliocene

[n] - from 2 million to 13 million years ago
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