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According to evolutionary scientists and others who hold to a old earth view, the Paleocene epoch (period of time) dated from dated from 65 million years ago at the K-T Event at the end of the Jurassic. Evolutionists assert that Mammals which had first appeared during the Triassic now had the opportunity to take over many ecological niches left vacant by the dinosaurs.

Young earth creation scientists view

Young earth creationist scientist state that there are numerous lines of evidence pointing to a young earth and that the old earth paradigm is errant and has many anomalies (for details please see: Geologic system and Young Earth Creationism).