Monday, March 6, 2017

Seismicity of the Earth, 1960-1980

The incredible interactive map of every fossil found on Earth

HOW TO USE IT

In the map, dots of different colours can be seen scattered around the globe, representing different periods in Earth’s history.

The data, which for now excludes birds, covers the Middle Triassic through the latest Cretaceous periods, about 235 to 66 million years ago.

Users can choose to browse based a particular type of fossil or era, or simply choose a location and zoom in.

For example, ‘You can select “Cretaceous” and the map will show you the continents during the Cretaceous Period and you can see where “today’s” Cretaceous dinosaur fossils would have been when those animals were alive,' Carrano told Dailymail.com.

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