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Earth is on the brink of mass extinction - VIDEO PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 27 August 2015 15:00
Scientists have found ancient plankton, which have suffered a teratological changes. Ordovician-Silurian extinction events of living organisms occurred 440 million years ago and found out its cause, the researchers argue that such a catastrophe threatens the modern inhabitants of the earth. After studying ancient organisms that period, the majority of scientists are inclined to the hypothesis that the cause of Ordovician-Silurian extinction events was the presence of various metals in the water of the oceans, which are dangerous for animals. The scientists also investigated the plankton, which, in their opinion, has the ability to absorb heavy metals and all negative substances from the water. These cells plankton completely changed shape due to teratological changes under the influence of dangerous substances. The results of their study, the researchers compared to modern plankton research in order to study the presence of metals in the oceans today. The findings suggest that now exist in the world's waters are the same hazardous metals, as well as hundreds of millions of years ago, which triggered a mass extinction of animals. Scientists are concerned about this state of the planet, because now it is possible to mention the early extinction of organisms that killed large numbers of unknown causes and forever disappear from the surface of our planet. According to scientists, the changes taking place with plankton may serve as a harbinger of a new catastrophic in its consequences extinction.