Translation of ice age in Spanish:

ice age

período de glaciación, n.


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    período de glaciación masculine
    glaciación feminine
    the Ice age la época glaciar
    • Polar bears probably diverged from brown bear ancestors near the Arctic coast of Eurasia early in the Ice Age.
    • Excavations show that previous residents from the Ice Age included wolves, bison, rhinos, hyenas and bears.
    • The greatest rate of ice shelf development probably occurred near the end of the Ice Age.
    • No art is more clearly dominated by inherited traditions, forms, subject matter, and technique than the art of the Ice Age.
    • Experts say it is one of the few cases where evidence shows men either killing or butchering animals on a site from the Ice Age period.
    • Globally, sea level has been rising slowly but surely since the end of the Pleistocene ice age.
    • Until the end of the Ice Age, 13,000 years ago, Tasmania was connected to the mainland by a land bridge.
    • Probably only the cause of the Pleistocene ice age has generated as many bewildering theories.
    • This exquisite piece is no simple rendition of the chunky horses of the Ice Age European steppes.
    • A Paleolithic flute is being played for the first time since the Ice Age.
    • He was ambivalent about whether or not they were ever filled by ice sheets during the Ice Age.
    • It was a very quick rate of change between the Ice Age and the warmer period.
    • Part I explores timber cutting from the end of the Ice Age through the medieval period.
    • In the blessed Yaak, however, not a single mammal has gone extinct since the end of the Ice Age.
    • It may well be that the activity we see today is just a fraction of the intense seepage occurring during the Ice Age.
    • My guess is that our Palaeolithic ancestors 20,000 years ago in the depths of the Ice Age were counting things.
    • This is the fifth book in the series Earth's Children, a magnificent pre-historic saga set in the Ice Age.
    • This week he looks at the aftermath of the Ice Age, which saw the land recolonised by flora and fauna.
    • Woolly mammoths are perhaps the best known mammals of the Ice Age.
    • Furthermore, the ice sheet during the Ice Age would have been lower and warmer at the time the snow was building.