Neogene

The Neogene n is a geologic period and system in the International Commission on Stratigraphy (ICS) Geologic Timescale starting 23.03 million years ago and ending 2.58 million years ago. The second period in the Cenozoic Era, it follows the Paleogene Period and is succeeded by the Quaternary Period. The Neogene is subdivided into two epochs, the e...
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Neogene

[moth] Neogene is a genus of moths in the Sphingidae family. ...
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Neogene

a geologic period starting 23 million years ago and lasting either until today or ending 2.6 million years ago with the beginning of the Quaternary.
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neogene

A period from 23.03 mya to today. This is the name given to the time starting from the Miocene Epoch to today.
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neogene

A period from 23.03 to today. This is the new name given to the time starting from the Miocene Epoch to today.
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Neogene

The Neogene (24 million to 1.8 million years ago) was the later part of the Tertiary Period. It is divided into the Miocene Epoch (24 million to 5 million years ago, when many mammals appeared, including the horses, dogs, bears, South American monkeys, apes in southern Europe, and Ramapithecus; also, modern birds appear) and the Pliocene Epoch (5 m...
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