Geologists uncover Antarctica’s fossil forests

Prehistoric polar forests have been constructed for survival, however weren’t hardy sufficient to stay in extremely-excessive concentrations of atmospheric carbon dioxide. A geologist is learning the tree fossil document in Antarctica from a mass extinction 250 million years in the past, on the lookout for clues to how greenhouse gases affected crops — then and now.
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