Asteroid dust may have triggered massive explosion of life on Earth 466 million years ago


The team of scientists at Lund university in Sweden says the break up of a massive asteroid between Mars and Jupiter almost half a billion years ago created a cloud of space dust that cool down earth the cooling effect sparked an explosion in primitive animal life most of which was still in the oceans the ice age lasted for about two million years which gave lifeforms time to adapt BBC

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