Epochs in the Tertiary Period?

Answer The Tertiary period is a geological time period that started 65 million years ago and lasted until 2.588 million years ago. It encompasses five different epochs, beginning with the Paleocene epoch,... Read More »

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List of Mammals of the Tertiary Period?

The Tertiary Period falls within the Cenozoic era. The period itself lasted over 63 million years and contained five separate epochs: the Paleocene, the Eocene, the Oligocene, the Miocene and the P... Read More »

Is an aye-aye a tertiary consumer?

A tertiary consumer is the animal that sits at the very top of the food chain for that particular environment. Aye-ayes (Daubentonia madagascariensis) live in Madagascar and eat insects, fruit and ... Read More »

Is a coyote a tertiary consumer?

Tertiary consumers are typically the top predators in a given ecosystem such as Yellowstone National Park. Coyotes are considered to be tertiary consumers because they eat secondary consumers that ... Read More »

What is a tertiary consumer?

In ecology, tertiary consumers are predators that consume predators (secondary consumers), which prey on herbivores (primary consumers), which, in turn, feed on primary producers such as plants. Te... Read More »