Was there more life after Earth’s largest extinction? Discovery of a 247-million-year-old giant sea dragon fossil could be evidence more species survived after the ‘Great Dying’

The unearthing of the 22-ft Nothosaurus zhangi suggests that marine species – that were mostly wiped out during the mass extinction – could have survived in more parts of the world. —> Read More Here


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