The most devastating mass extinction in Earth's history is called the Permian mass extinction or the Great Dying some 252 million years ago. US and Chinese researchers have released a new study that supports the theory that volcanic eruptions were responsible for wiping out most of life on Earth.
Science in a Minute 041819 More Evidence That Volcanoes Caused Largest Mass Extinction 2119991
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