13.4 Cenozoic Era: Age of       Mammals
mammal• animal that bears live young and maintains a  steady body temperature
Angiosperm• Flowering plant that produces seeds within a  fruit
Key Concept• Plate interactions during the Cenozoic caused  many events of mountain  building, volcanism, and earthquakes ...
Key concept• Mammals replaced reptiles as the dominant  land animals in the Cenozoic
Key concept• Angiosperms- flowering plants with covered  seeds- replaced gymnosperms as the  dominant land plants.
Key concept• These adaptations allow mammals to lead  more active lives than reptiles
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Earth science 13.4

  1. 1. 13.4 Cenozoic Era: Age of Mammals
  2. 2. mammal• animal that bears live young and maintains a steady body temperature
  3. 3. Angiosperm• Flowering plant that produces seeds within a fruit
  4. 4. Key Concept• Plate interactions during the Cenozoic caused many events of mountain building, volcanism, and earthquakes in the West
  5. 5. Key concept• Mammals replaced reptiles as the dominant land animals in the Cenozoic
  6. 6. Key concept• Angiosperms- flowering plants with covered seeds- replaced gymnosperms as the dominant land plants.
  7. 7. Key concept• These adaptations allow mammals to lead more active lives than reptiles

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