Saturday, 04 February 2012 06:41
Around 250 million years ago, most life on Earth was wiped out in an extinction known as the "Great Dying." Geologists have learned that the end came slowly from thousands of centuries of volcanic activity.
Read more: ScienceDaily: Marine Biology News
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