Saturday, July 24, 2004

Tertiary Period, Subdivisions

The Tertiary faunas of western Europe that were known to 19th-century natural scientists consisted primarily of mollusks exhibiting varying degrees of similarity with modern types. At the same time, the science of stratigraphy was in its infancy, and the primary focus of its earliest practitioners was to use the newly discovered sequential progression of fossils


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