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  • Mass extinctions are defined as “any substantial increase in the amount of extinction (lineage termination) suffered by more than one geographically wide-spread higher taxon during a relatively short interval of geologic time, resulting in an at least temporary decline in their standing diversity”.

    Created: 8/28/20

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  • Yaşamın varoluşundan bu yana bazı türlerin değişik zamanlarda birden kitlesel olarak ortadan kalkması. (tr)

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