Mass extinction that killed 90% of life on Earth was caused by climate change

Mass extinction that killed 90% of life on Earth was caused by climate change
The biggest mass extinction in Earth’s history wiped out 90 percent of lifeforms because they couldn’t breathe, scientists have revealed. Global warming left animals gasping 252 million years ago and humans face the same within the next three centuries, according to new research. Dubbed “The Great Dying,” plants and animals were obliterated after a series...