How a warming planet (and volcanic eruptions) brought about the extinction of just about all existence on Earth – Hartford Courant

Lengthy earlier than the dinosaurs seemed, a large volcanic eruption ended nearly all existence on Earth. It left amphibians and fish lifeless, in addition to nearly all plant existence, which used to be killed via heavy metals within the environment like mercury and nickel. Wildfires helped kill vegetation, too. The air used to be thick … Read more