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Cenozoic Era - The Age of Mammals

Global environmental changes drove changes among hoofed animals and primates.

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Homo sapiens

The only living species in the Homo genus; humans.

Cenozoic Era

Age of mammals that lasted from 65 million years ago to the present; the era of modern life.


A mammal of the order Primates; includes prosimians, monkeys, lesser apes such as gibbons, great apes such as gorillas and chimpanzees, and humans.

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