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  • Extinction - Wikipedia

    In biology and ecology, extinction is the end of an organism or of a group of organisms , normally a species. The moment of extinction is generally ...

  • Extinction event - Wikipedia

    An extinction event ... Mass extinctions seem to be a mainly Phanerozoic phenomenon, with extinction rates low before large complex organisms arose.

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  • extinction | Definition & Animals |

    Mass extinctions. Although extinction is an ongoing feature of Earth’s flora and fauna (the vast majority of species ever to have lived are extinct), the fossil ...

  • Extinctions – Te Ara Encyclopedia of New Zealand

    The concept of extinction; Pre-human extinction events; Extinctions in the human era; New Zealand extinctions since human arrival; Extinction of large birds; Smaller ...

  • Extinctions - Online Course - FutureLearn

    Discover the diversity of life on earth, the impacts of five past mass extinctions and the prospect of a sixth extinction today.

  • Extinction | Define Extinction at

    Extinction definition, the act of extinguishing. See more.

  • The Extinction Crisis - Center for Biological Diversity

    THE EXTINCTION CRISIS. ... Our planet is now in the midst of its sixth mass extinction of plants and animals — the sixth wave of extinctions in the past half ...

  • 4. – Extinctions – Te Ara Encyclopedia of New Zealand

    Loss of creatures large and small. The extinctions in New Zealand have been unusual because small species died out at the same time as the megafauna (large ...

  • BBC Nature - Big Five mass extinction events

    Late Devonian mass extinction Three quarters of all species on Earth died out in the Late Devonian mass extinction, though it may have been a series of extinctions ...

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