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History of Earth Through Life of Its Oldest Creature

History of Earth Through Life of Its Oldest Creature


Well, hello, there! I’m Fernando, Fern for short, and today’s my birthday! To celebrate this event, I’d like to take you on a journey through my life…. All 360 million years of it! The history of the planet where I (and you, for that matter) come from started about 4.6 billion years ago. Before I came around, a lot of cool stuff had already happened.

Oh, how interesting would it have been to see the first liquid water appearing on Earth 4.4 billion years ago. 3 billion years ago was when the first photosynthesizing bacteria appeared. The earliest land fungi that started growing 1.3 billion years ago are also worth mentioning. But I feel pretty bad for them when the land got completely covered with a thick layer of ice 850 to 630 million years ago! Glad I wasn’t around yet! So, guys, are you with me? It’s gonna be fun!

Other videos you might like:
Stephen Hawking’s 7 Predictions of Earth’s Demise in the Next 200 Years https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lq9wipOftXw&
10 Wonderful Facts About Earth You’ve Never Heard Before https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yh_2y4olKvM&
What Would a Journey to the Earth’s Core Be Like? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3FoSAHk7DMA&

TIMESTAMPS:
What the Earth looked like before I was born 0:31
The largest known insect 😱 2:40
The Golden age of sharks 3:10
A creature I’ve never met before 3:39
How I saw the first land dinosaur 🐉 5:13
When everything is becoming enormous! 5:44
The Triassic-Jurassic Extinction 6:13
The first blood-sucking insect 7:20
My first love… 💕 7:37
The day I’ll never forget 8:22
Who is it? The first primate! 9:08
One of the most beautiful creatures ever 10:16
Oh, those guys look a little bit like you! 👦 11:11

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SUMMARY:
– 485 million years ago, jawless fish appeared. They were the first animals with real bonesю
– 370 million years back in the past, some plants developed special tissue that started to produce wood. That’s how forests of tall massive trees appeared on Earth.
– While before this time sharks looked more like huge eels rather than deadly torpedo-shaped predators, they now have well-developed teeth and a whole variety of forms and shapes.
– A real reptile as you know them today doesn’t appear until 305 million years ago. At around that same time, other kinds of reptiles started showing up: the ancestors of modern-day crocodiles, snakes, turtles, and tuatarasю
– More and more different species, including new kinds of fish, are appearing in the oceans. That was about 251 million years back.
– I remember seeing the first land dinosaur ever about 225 million years ago. It has a small head sitting on a long neck, and you have no idea how flexible this neck is!
– About 201 million years ago, I witness one of the most —biggest events ever, and that’s the Triassic-Jurassic Extinction. It wipes out countless animal species both on land and in the oceans.
– It’s 155 million years ago, and I hear some annoying buzz. It’s the first blood-sucking insect, also known as no-see-ums.
– The mass extinction occurred 65 million years ago. It wiped out all the dinosaurs and half of other animal species.
– Also, a million years after the extinction, with the giant reptiles out of the way, mammals become the dominant species.
– One day, approximately 60 to 55 million years ago, I see a bizarre creature. It has a long tail, climbs the nearby trees, uses its thumbs, and has a family! Later, I find out that it’s the first primate.
– 35 million years ago I have to start fighting for my home – grasslands begin to expand and diversify, and I do my best to fend off the invaders.
– Starting 25 million years ago, it’s as if this planet exploded with life! The first deer, hyenas, giraffes, bears – my neighborhood got a lot noisier almost overnight!
– About 4 million years back in the past, I see one of the first creatures that look a little bit like you, my friend. It’s an Australopithecus, believed to be your close relative.
– About 350,000 years ago, the first archaic humans called Neanderthals appear.

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