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The mass extinction that killed 70% of Earth's land animals and 95% ocean species, in the late Permian period, may have occurred at different times, a study of fossils from South Africa and Australia found. Researchers said ecosystem changes began hundreds of thousands of years earlier on land than in sea, adding the gap suggests different immediate causes for extinction.
short by Dharna / 02:15 pm on 29 Mar
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