|Ancient Life Forms
||Plants or animals that are very old. They existed many thousands and millions of years ago.
||A natural incidence or occurence that causes destruction and change in the environment. Catastrophic events include volcanic eruptions, earthquakes, tsunamis, and severe weather events, such as hurricanes, tornadoes and floods.
||A long-term change in daily weather conditions, such as temperature, precipitation, and wind patterns, over periods ranging from decades to millions of years.
||Any organism that is in danger of becoming extinct
||Plants or animals that once lived on the Earth but have all died.
||The remains or traces of ancient living things.
||A process that results in the devastation of a natural habitat causing the displacement or death of plants and animals in the region. The habitat is changed or destroyeds o it can no longer support the organisms in their growth and survival.
|Modern Life Forms
||Plants and animals that exist right now or have existed within modern history.