Megafaunal extinctions pushed by an excessive amount of moisture

Research of bones from Ice Age megafaunal animals throughout Eurasia and the Americas have revealed that main will increase in environmental moisture occurred simply earlier than many species instantly turned extinct round eleven-15,000 years in the past. The persistent moisture ensuing from melting permafrost and glaciers prompted widespread glacial-age grasslands to be quickly changed by peatlands and bogs, fragmenting populations of huge herbivore grazers.
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