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Originally posted by navy_vet_stg3
I wonder though, did these scientists just admit that it was warmer and 50% more CO2 back then?
Originally posted by questforevidence
Speaking of ancient specimens, I read on here a while back about some kind of ancient giant octopus. Apparently the Octopus body is soft and doesn't leave behind fossils. However, some archaeologists found evidence of fossilized beaks and concluded from the size that the body was roughly 30 meters in length. They also found fossilized ichthyosaurs arranged in a circular pattern around it's "cave" with sucker marks that suggested the fish had their necks snapped before being eaten. Does anyone else remember this? Does anyone else think that animals on Earth are getting smaller for survival purposes?
did these scientists just admit that it was warmer and 50% more CO2 back then? How could that be?