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Life History Event Timeline

APES LIFE HISTORY ANALOGY
If all of life's history (3.7 billion years) were the distance to Disneyland, then the following events would happen at

                
 Event #  Approximate Analogy Value Million Years Ago 
1 0 miles 0
Kayley and Maddy are at their high school, Santiago High School, on February 18th, 2013.



 Event # Approximate Analogy Value Million Years Ago 
 2 0 miles 0
On February 6th, 1998 and May 22nd, 1998, Kayley and Maddy were born.



 Event # Approximate Analogy Value Million Years Ago 
 3 0 miles 0.025 - 0.01
Most recent glaciation - an ice sheet covers much of the northern United States. 

 Event # Approximate Analogy Value Million Years Ago 
 4 0 miles 0 - 0.05
Homo Sapiens Sapiens exist.



 Event # Approximate Analogy Value Million Years Ago 
 5  0 miles 0.03 - 0.2
Homo Sapiens Neanderthalensis exist.



 Event # Approximate Analogy Value Million Years Ago 
6  0 miles 0.01 - 2
Most recent ice age.



 Event #  Approximate Analogy Value Million Years Ago 
7 0 miles 3.5
 The Australopithecus Lucy walks the Earth.



 Event #  Approximate Analogy Value Million Years Ago 
8 0 miles 1 - 4
Australopithecus exist. 



 Event #  Approximate Analogy Value Million Years Ago 
9 0 miles 4 - 10
Ramapithecus exist.



 Event #  Approximate Analogy Value Million Years Ago 
10 0 miles 12- 20
The chimpanzee and hominid lines evolve.



 Event #  Approximate Analogy Value Million Years Ago 
11 0 miles 35
First primates evolve.



 Event #  Approximate Analogy Value Million Years Ago 
12 0 miles 65
K-T Boundary -- extinction of the dinosaurs and beginning of the reign of mammals.



 Event #  Approximate Analogy Value Million Years Ago 
13 0.0001 miles 200
Appearance of mammals. 



 Event #  Approximate Analogy Value Million Years Ago 
14 0.0001 miles 200
Pangaea starts to break apart.



 Event #  Approximate Analogy Value Million Years Ago 
15 0.0001 miles 235
The beginning of the reign of the dinosaurs.



 Event #  Approximate Analogy Value Million Years Ago 
16 1.38 miles 250
250 million years ago 95% of all species on Earth are wiped out



 Event #  Approximate Analogy Value Million Years Ago 
17 1.65 miles 300-200
Rise of the reptiles



 Event #  Approximate Analogy Value Million Years Ago 
18 1.92 miles 350
Primitive ferns evolve--first plants with roots



 Event #  Approximate Analogy Value Million Years Ago 
19 1.92 miles 350
Primitive insects have evolved



 Event #  Approximate Analogy Value Million Years Ago 
20 1.92 miles 350-300
Rise of the amphibians



 Event #  Approximate Analogy Value Million Years Ago 
21 2.06 miles 375
The Appalachian mountains are formed via a plate tectonic collision between North America, Africa, and Europe



 Event #  Approximate Analogy Value Million Years Ago 
22 2.3 miles 420
Millipedes have evolved-- first land animals



 Event #  Approximate Analogy Value Million Years Ago 
23 2.75 miles 500-450
Rise of the fish--first vertebrates



 Event #  Approximate Analogy Value Million Years Ago 
24 3.5 miles 640
Ice melted because volcanic erruptions spurt out everywhere



 Event #  Approximate Analogy Value Million Years Ago 
25 8.2599 miles 1500-600
Rise of multicellular organisms



 Event #  Approximate Analogy Value Million Years Ago 
26 8.2599 miles 1500
Eukaryotic Cell organisms develop



 Event #  Approximate Analogy Value Million Years Ago 
27 19.273 3500-2800
Beginning of photosynthesis by blue-green algae which releases oxygen molecules into the atmosphere and steadily works to strengthen the ozone layer and change the Earth's chemically reducing atmosphere into a chemically oxidizing one



 Event #  Approximate Analogy Value Million Years Ago 
28 19.273 miles 3500-2800 
Prokaryotic cell organisms develop

 

 Event #  Approximate Analogy Value Million Years Ago 
29 20.925 miles 3800 
Condensation of atmospheric water into oceans

            

 Event #  Approximate Analogy Value Million Years Ago 
30 25 miles 4600
Formation of the approximately homogeneous Earth by planetesimal accretion