Saturday, May 28, 2022

Mass extinction

Climate cooling contributed to sulphurous end for the dinosaurs

The gases were ejected into the Earth’s atmosphere after a six-mile-wide asteroid slammed into the planet.

Low volcanic temperatures led to the fourth mass extinction

Low volcanic temperature ushered in global cooling and the thriving of dinosaurs.

Rock samples record the first day the dinosaurs wiped out

That’s the scenario scientists have hypothesized.

Dinosaurs were thriving before asteroid strike that wiped them out

Scientists believe that an asteroid impact potentially combined with serious volcanic movement, wiped out the dinosaurs at the end of the Cretaceous period. Although,...

Global warming wiped out 95% of marine life 252 million years ago

A new study by the University of Washington has suggested that extreme global warming caused Earth's biggest ever mass extinction. The largest extinction in Earth's history...

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