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Ice Age in History topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishIce AgeˈIce Age noun [countable] πŸ”Š πŸ”Š SHPERIOD OF TIMEone of the long periods of time, thousands of years ago, when ice covered many northern countries
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Ice Ageβ€’ It could seize up Washington harder than another Ice Age.β€’ A volcano has even been blamed for speeding up the onset of the last Ice Age.β€’ As the Ice Age passed and the earth warmed, the glaciers, year by year, retreated.β€’ Global sea level was 120 metres below the present level during the Ice Age.β€’ But once the snow arrives, the technology of getting rid of it is little changed from the Ice Age.β€’ And a secret unravelled ... the bones that solve the mystery of the Ice Age.β€’ The shot immediately holds your interest, perhaps because our ancestors right back to the Ice Age were great walkers.