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Over the last 500 million years, biodiversity on Earth has been constantly changing. Like a fever curve, this has been going uphill and some times steeply downhill. These downward outliers are described as the five great mass extinctions. Authors: 3sat/nano/scobel/Harald Zander/Claus Ast/Jochen Schmidt Translation and dubbing: alugha Click here to see more videos: https://alugha.com/TerraX

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