Largest Mass Extinction In The History Of The Earth Linked To Rising Carbon-Dioxide Levels

Approximately 252 million years ago, 96% of all life forms existing on Earth became extinct. A new study suggests that volcanism and the release of large amounts of greenhouse gases led to an unprecedented biotic crisis.

Largest Mass Extinction In The History Of The Earth Linked To Rising Carbon-Dioxide Levels
Approximately 252 million years ago, 96% of all life forms existing on Earth became extinct. A new study suggests that volcanism and the release of large amounts of greenhouse gases led to an unprecedented biotic crisis.