Scientists have uncovered 3.7-billion-year-old fossils in Greenland that have set a new record for the earliest-known evidence of life on Earth.
According to new research, a mass extinction 359 million years ago known as the Hangenberg event triggered a drastic and lasting transformation of Earth’s vertebrate community. …Read more at the original article here (This article was syndicated in an earlier version of the Earthzine website, but is no longer reproduced here. Hope you enjoy the article at the original source).
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