At 12/18/12 02:28 PM, Ghostfishe wrote:
At 12/18/12 02:09 PM, vannila-guerilla wrote:
2 troglodyte fossils that are at least 200 million years old are sitting on my desk....right. My Phacops beats that estimate either way.
In terms of human-made objects, the oldest thing in my room is probably the copy of Watership Down given to me by my father... the book's older than I am.
Well, I'm glad you called me out. I meant to say trilobite and didn't catch myself until after I posted. I was waiting for someone to reply before I did so I didn't double post.
Now that that's cleared up, the last of these went extinct roughly 250 million years ago. So, they can't be any newer than that, logically they can't be any younger than that. They could still be older.