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Neoproterozioic Era: The Crynogenian Period
Cryogenian period is the 2nd geologic period of the Neoproterozoic Era, after the Tonian and before the Ediacaran. This period took place between 850-635mya (million years ago). All of the continents had fully assembled together to form the superc (More)
The Cryogenian Period
The Cryogenian Period The cryogenian period got its name from the constant glaciations that covered most of the world. The cryogenian period lasted from 850 to 635 million years ago. Two glaciers covered the Earth durning this time: the Sturtian g (More)
Neoproterozoic Era
**This era extended from about 1,000 to 542 million years ago **The supercontinents Rodinia straddled the equator and eventually broke into many individual landmasses. Later, the greatest ice age ever known to have occurred on Earth happened due t (More)
Cryogenian Period
During the cryogenian period it had been suggested that the glaciation was so severe it may even have reached the equator because of this they nicknamed the cryogenia (More)

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