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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of eocene

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of eocene:
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Derived Form of eocene

noun
plural: eocenes
Noun
1
from 58 million to 40 million years ago; presence of modern mammals
SynonymsEocene, Eocene epoch,
HolonymsTertiary,
Type ofepoch,
Part ofTertiary, Tertiary period,

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  1. open grasslands of the Eocene era.
  2. well into the Eocene, 50 million years ago -- which is 15 million years after non-avian
  3. Eocene due to the level of customization on these boats pricing for new models is unavailable
  4. Lets rewind back to the Eocene, about 45 million years ago.
  5. Today the Southwest makes us think of red rocks and cactus, but during the Eocene Epoch,
  6. Now, little Protylopus didnt make it out of the Eocene.
  7. But also, while bears of some kind had been living in North America since the late Eocene
  8. 55 million years ago, during the Eocene Epoch of the Paleogene Period.
  9. During the Eocene, rainforests were widespread, and they became home to a new group of herbivores:
  10. But as the Eocene ended, chalicotheres hooves had been replaced with something new:
  11. As a matter of fact, before the start of the Eocene Epoch about 56 million years ago--Antarctica
  12. And the fossil record tells us that, in the early Eocene, Antarctica was a warm, forested
  13. Eventually, of course, the lush environment of Eocene Antarctica transitioned into the
  14. If you could travel back in time and visit Antarctica in the Eocene Epoch, the first
  15. think that, in the early Eocene, the coast of Wilkes Land experienced very mild winters,
  16. Well, for one thing, the Eocene wasnt the first time that Antarcticas climate was
  17. This event is known as the Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum, and we did a whole episode
  18. Another big hoofed mammal known from Eocene deposits in West Antarctica is Antarctodon,
  19. Still, the coexistence of all these Eocene creatures tells us that Antarctica was home
  20. What we do know is that the late Eocene and early Oligocene was a time of global cooling.