posted on Nov, 15 2010 @ 04:40 PM
reply to post by Aquarius1
Nice one, thanks Aquarius.
I imagine that the 'age' of the diversity's progression should have been relatively obvious, but you know how scientists are. Well, a lot of them I
should say. This is good, though, it'll indeed give them a better grip on it all.
I have been wondering of late what the forest was like when all those cities there, now buried under the flora, were flourishing. From the looks of
things they were rather extensive, and obviously cleared a lot of forest away. I bet the forests came right up to them, though! So it probably wasn't
too, too much different.
For those who don't quite twig just how
diverse lifeforms are around there, there are many species of insect, for example, to take just one
group, that exist on just one
tree! Yes, a single tree.
Think about that for a spell.
Thanks for the good news,