Ice Age is a geological era defined by the occurrence of widespread glaciations on Earth. The Ice Age started around 2.6 million years ago and lasted until about 11,700 years ago. Throughout this period, the Earth experienced multiple cycles of glacial advances and retreats. Ice Age was characterized by the expansion of ice sheets and glaciers, causing extensive landmasses to be covered with ice. These glaciations had a significant impact on the Earth's climate, geography, and biodiversity. Fossils, cave paintings, and archaeological evidence provide insights into the flora, fauna, and human civilizations that thrived during the Ice Age. Understanding the Ice Age helps us comprehend the Earth's climatic past and its subsequent influence on our modern world.
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