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2. Describe the two most important events in the history of animal life that occurred at the beginning and at the end of the Paleozoic era. List and briefly outline the six different periods into which the Paleozoic era is divided.
so i cannot find it in my notes, and im struggling really bad please help.

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  1. http://www.ucmp.berkeley.edu/paleozoic/paleozoic.php

  2. Describe the two most important events in the history of animal life that occurred at the beginning and at the end of the Paleozoic era. (2 pts) List and briefly outline the six different periods into which the Paleozoic era is divided. (6 pts)

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    posted by Sabrina
  3. idk I really don't know

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    posted by lilly
  4. Hi other Nessie! (giggles) I'm so sorry that some PEOPLE can't help you! lilly, please don't say you don't know! It's worthless to the poor girl! And Sabrina, please tell me how it helps to copy & paste the question back into this answering box? Ms. Sue, you normally give great help, but this time you gave her a LINK to a bunch of worthless fiddle-faddle? JUST GIVE HER THE ANSWER PEOPLE! I'm sorry for being harsh I hate being mean like this and you are all great tutors you just let vanessa down on this one. That's all i'm saying.

    Sending warm hugs from Arendelle,

    Vanessa Skellington

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  5. the thing is nobody here wants to go through the work to help get her an answer and that is really sad. i will see what i can do:)

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  6. At the beginning of the paleozoic era there was a big boom in animal life on planet earth, and in the end there was a mass extinction wiping out 90% of major animals. The first period in the Paleozoic era, the Cambrian period, was the time when most major animals appeared on earth. By the next period, the Ordovacian period, organisms could now live on land and now just water. During the Silurian Period, the earth went through a lot of changes, such as glaciers melting. During The Devonian period, The first land living vertabraes, tetrapods, and terrestrial arthropods appeared on the earths surface. During the Carboniferous period, the birds evolved to lay eggs so they could explore further inland. During the permian periond, the largest mass extinction ever recorded happened, wiping out 90% of life.
    I did a lot of research on this so I hope it helps! :)

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  7. And josd I noticed that you never actually did any research on it, and if you did, you didn't post the answer.

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  8. EB: i agree with HomoNovus :B

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  9. CHEATERSSSSSS DO YOUR OWN WORRRRKKKK

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    posted by |-/
  10. All I can say is Jiskha is the best place ever and you caring tutors are what make it like that I just want to say thank u to all of u

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  11. i love how people say cheaters when they would have to search the question to find this in the first place.. + some of us ask just to make sure our answers are correct not to cheat.

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    posted by ffs
  12. Umm... I have the same question, and well, I love to help, but.. well... Oh and Try another place, bc this really isn't helping... Just saying

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    posted by Diamond
  13. FFs u right

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    posted by Coolboi
  14. List and briefly outline the six different periods into which the Paleozoic era is divided.

    Can someone answer this part for me I am confused and I can't find it anywhere.

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    posted by hello
  15. YOU GUYS ARE SUCH CHEATERSSS! GET A LIFE!

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    posted by Pinkie
  16. Let's be real guys, we all know we just come to get the answers lol. GUILTY!

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    posted by Pinkie
  17. Guys! there are 3 vanessas here! what a coincidence!

    -V.P

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  18. HONESTLY SAMMMMMMEEEEEE!!!!! @Pinkie

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    posted by lmao
  19. Hahaaa what are you here for @ pinkie, prolly to get answers too. Why dont you stop being a hypocrite and stfu

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    posted by Jayce
  20. It's not really cheating if they explain it to you so you understand.

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    posted by Shay
  21. 4 years after, people are still arguing

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  22. why r there so many hypocrites here lmao

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  23. You all sit here and hate when the link that Mrs. Sue gave had all the answers. It's called teaching them how to look things up and find the answers on your own instead of having someone give them the answers.

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  24. HELP ME!!!!!

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    posted by Madison
  25. This is now help at all you teachers need to try to help more like just asking a question with no help that's crapy bro just crapy

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  26. teacher don't even help that's just trash bro.

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  27. k

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    posted by l
  28. hi

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    posted by l
  29. Ms.Sue probably isn't even a REAL teacher

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  30. uhm I still need the answers hellooo? I dont mean to be rude but is you ain't helping do not comment! dont argue just stfu and answer the question if not then BYE BYE! I need an A on this portfolio and if that aint an A by the end of the day and if I dont got one then It's going down now. PLEASE act like normal computers and frikin research the answer!

    Thanks,
    A+V+S+Help

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  31. Well HomoNovus Answered, they said: At the beginning of the paleozoic era there was a big boom in animal life on planet earth, and in the end there was a mass extinction wiping out 90% of major animals. The first period in the Paleozoic era, the Cambrian period, was the time when most major animals appeared on earth. By the next period, the Ordovacian period, organisms could now live on land and now just water. During the Silurian Period, the earth went through a lot of changes, such as glaciers melting. During The Devonian period, The first land living vertabraes, tetrapods, and terrestrial arthropods appeared on the earths surface. During the Carboniferous period, the birds evolved to lay eggs so they could explore further inland. During the permian periond, the largest mass extinction ever recorded happened, wiping out 90% of life.
    I did a lot of research on this so I hope it helps! :)

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    posted by Tremors
  32. Thank you. :)

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  33. You guys are so stupid! you don't even know the answerrrr? GEEEEEKKKKK!!!!

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    posted by rrrrr
  34. Uhhhhh, I am so sorry, but I am not getting the anwser at all. Was this supposed to help me?

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    posted by Lizzy
  35. dudes....there are like 12 billion comments on here and not one of them is what this girl was lookin for, granted, shes probs lookin fo tha answer not help but still xD

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    posted by PÜTA
  36. Thank you ms.sue we were on the wrong link The Paleozoic Eon not Era.

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  37. Ms. Sue juss need to help and make sure we understand what we are during. And matter of fact I think Ms. Sue is fake and she really is, and those are big ole facts. She might can give us all deez links that are not given us fully understand of what we are doing. She need to help us more. Cause in Connection Academy we don't have regular teachers like the other schools have. Ms. Sue need to kno that we are being HOMESCHOOL.

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  38. Auto Correction^^doing

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  39. ms sue gave us the right answer learn how to read and also its Ms not MRS she isnt married show respect.

  40. At the beginning of the paleozoic era there was a big boom in animal life on planet earth, and in the end there was a mass extinction wiping out 90% of major animals. The first period in the Paleozoic era, the Cambrian period, was the time when most major animals appeared on earth. By the next period, the Ordovacian period, organisms could now live on land and now just water. During the Silurian Period, the earth went through a lot of changes, such as glaciers melting. During The Devonian period, The first land living vertabraes, tetrapods, and terrestrial arthropods appeared on the earths surface. During the Carboniferous period, the birds evolved to lay eggs so they could explore further inland. During the permian periond, the largest mass extinction ever recorded happened, wiping out 90% of life.

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  41. PINKY WHY U GOTTA BE SO MEAN U KNOW IF U ARE ON HERE THAT MEANS U FIGURED OUT ABOUT IT BY TRYIN TO FIGURE OUT AN ANSWER URSELF SO DONT BE SUCH A BLUMP OK!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    posted by poochy
  42. SO HOW BOUT THIS U GET A FLIPPIN LIFE!!!!

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    posted by poochy
  43. all this information has nothing to do with the question i mean it does but not that much

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    posted by poochy
  44. POOCHY OMG U ARE SO NICE NOOOOOOOT!!!!

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    posted by kiki
  45. ok, I have no clue how to do this and I really need this answer or ima be a FAILURE IN LIFE DONT LET ME BE A FAILURE PLEEEEEEEEEASE!!!!!!!!

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    posted by angie
  46. pls just someone say the answer already cuz no one is getting helped by you just chatting with the other people and arguing about the flippi answers just... just please come up with the answere already

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    posted by angie
  47. PLEEEEEEEEEEAAAAAAAASEEEE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    posted by angie
  48. náire

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    posted by Zhang
  49. @Pinky same bruh but I don't copy directly

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  50. ok so the beginning of the Paleozoic era was marked by a sudden explosion of invertebrate species, while the end of the Paleozoic era was marked by a mass extinction of invertebrates, vertebrates, amphibians, and reptiles species and began the Mesozoic era.

    idk thats what i put hope this helps (4 years later lol) <3

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  51. ^ also, the six periods of the Paleozoic era are Cambrian, Ordovician, Silurian, Devonian, Carboniferous, and the Permian period.

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  52. It isn't considered cheating. We're just using our resources

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    posted by Wtf
  53. 2.3% of people here are just trying to check there answers
    97.7% are here to cheat and are lying to themselves saying they aren't

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  54. Wow 6 years and STILL ARGUING!!!! You people GET A LIFE! These tutors are RETIRED, so they DO HAVE TEACHING EXPERIENCE. Maybe you guys just need to go and teach middle school, see how U LIKE IT. Sure, middle school is hard, and I'm in 8th grade and almost in high school, so I know by experience. But seriously, you guys who are playing the blame game get NO WHERE. Just be responsible online and LOOK. IT. UP. NOT. THAT. HARD. You people are just freaking lazy!

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    posted by ~FOXY~
  55. Ms. Sue and the other tutors are just giving you RESOURCES. So get off your lazy bum and do the work and you will be proud of yourself instead of just cheating. YOU WILL GET CAUGHT!

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    posted by ~FOXY~
  56. @Foxy I never get caught. ;-; I have been living my entire year cheating my way through... and I have almost all A’s sooo

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  57. Ok then, don't say I didn't warn you buuuut..........I DID SO GO AHEAD AND CHEAT YOUR WAY THROUGH LIFE GONNA GET YOU A GOOD JOB BUT YOURE GONNA NOT KNOW WHATCHA DOING LIKE DUH PEOPLE

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    posted by ~FOXY~
  58. @ChikenNugget, seriously, you will get caught at some point so I suggest you DO THE FREAKIN WORK YOURSELF



    .......sorry.......-_-

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    posted by ~FOXY~
  59. 2019 and all the homeschoolers come to unite, how's the turtle breeding going for everyone ;3

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