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Supercontinents have formed and broken apart throughout the geological history of Earth and about 300 million years ago, the Pangaea supercontinent was cobbled together.
While we generally attribute some instances of animal and plants existence in isolated areas to splitting continents, researchers link Pangaea being formed to the largest mass extinction known, the Permian extinction, when up to 95% of species, 82% of genera and over 50% of families became extinct.
The question of Mass Extinction has been presented as the next greatest challenge to our species. The solution comes when we see beyond cultural, geographical and political borders. Only together we save the planet.
EXPLOcean = Exploring the Ocean one diatom at a time.