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Fishes were first abundant during the ... A. Precambrian B. Paleozoic C. Mesozoic D. Cenozoic

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  1. Lime
    • 3 years ago
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    The Devonian Era is listed here. Which one do you think it might be?

  2. Reaper534
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    i thought i was a but it was wrong

  3. Lime
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    The Devonian Era was literally, "Age of Fish". We can cross out A.

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    Mesozoic and Cenozoic span 252.2 - 66 million years ago and 66 - 0 million years ago.

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    Paleozoic life was the most abundant, and dramatic.

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    is it d?

  7. Lime
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    No, reread my last sentence. If Paleozoic was the most abundant era, which era was ocean life the most abundant.

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    ohhh

  9. Reaper534
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    thx a lot

  10. Lime
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    Np

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