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Figure 23.6 Trends in the evolution of titanotheres I; i E6titan6ps (early Eocene)
Protitan6therium (late Eocene) Telmatherium (middle Eocene) Megacerops (very
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Figure 23.10 Mass extinctions in the history of life o N o z LU r Miocene"
Oligocene Eocene Paleocene retace0us extincti0ns Permian extinctions 250 500
Number of families of species Figure 23.1 1 A phylogenetic tree Pleistocene
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