Sunday, December 13, 2009

Mammoths Had No Impact


It's "very unlikely" that a meteor or asteroid colliding with the Earth caused an abrupt climate change leading to the extinction of the woolly mammoth and other large mammals 13,000 years ago, says the University of Hawaii at Manoa leader of a team that investigated the theory.

They were wiped out by a lack of carbon dioxide!


Harbles said...

I'd give my traditional ad click for good luck but there's no ad.

Harold Asmis said...

It's just a temporary Googly-botch.