Geologic time research
Thick glaciers advance and retreat over much of North America and Europe, parts of South America and Asia, and all of Antarctica. Mammals, flowering plants, and insects dominate land. Modern humans evolved in Africa about 100,000 years ago. Giant mammals of North America and Eurasia become extinct when the Ice Age ended about 10,000 years ago. The Quaternary Period has involved dramatic climate changes, which affected food resources and brought about the extinction of many species. The period also saw the rise of a new predator: man.
Pictures of what the climate might have looked like
Living organisms at the time
Things travelers might like to see
Travelers should bring.....
First aid kit (Just in case)
Climbing gear (only if you want to climb the mountains or glaciers)
- Hiking boots
- Flash light