The epoch is bracketed by two major events in Earth's history.
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Paleocene - Wikipedian the modern Cenozoic Era . The name is a combination of the Ancient Greek palæo- meaning "old" and the Eocene Epoch (which succeeds the Paleocene), translating to "the old part of the Eocene". <span>The epoch is bracketed by two major events in Earth's history. The K-Pg extinction event , brought on by an asteroid impact and volcanism, marked the beginning of the Paleocene and killed off 75% of living species, most famously the non-avian dinos
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