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CONTENTS of 59,999,999 BC- 51,000 BC Large land and aquatic mammals appear; many kinds of primates appear (almost as many go extinct); an island continent finally disappears for good; the Mediterranean valley turns into the Mediterranean Sea; human beings emerge, develop housing, clothes, lamps, and drugs, breed dogs, use horses; Mars dies (or goes dormant)

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Approximately 500,000+ BC: Several variants of hominids expand into temperate europe, some 20,000 years after some had settled in China

-- `Eco-noble savages' who never were: Prehistory contains many examples of people driving animal species to extinction, explains James Steele, British Archaeology, no 12, March 1996: Features, British Archaeology homepage

-- "After 100,000 Years, a Bug Is on the Run" By TERENCE MONMANEY, Times Medical Writer, Los Angeles Times, September 2, 1999, http://www.latimes.com/

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