Aboitizpower'S Mega Watt Leap: Charting The Philippines' Renewable Energy Surge

Aboitizpower'S Mega Watt Leap: Charting The Philippines' Renewable Energy Surge By Karmactive Staff

Recent Research From Aarhus University Concludes That Human Activity Not Climate Was The Primary Cause Of The Extinction Of Giant Mammals. Photo Source- Google

Large-Scale Migrations Of The First Modern Humans From Africa Around 100000 Years Ago Significantly Impacted Ecosystems Worldwide Due To Their Adaptability. Photo Source- Google

Humans' Ability To Hunt Larger Animals With Advanced Weapons And Techniques Contributed To The Decline And Extinction Of Giant Mammals. Photo Source- Google

Scientists Studied The Dna Of 139 Living Species Of Large Mammals To Analyse Population Changes Over The Past 50000 Years. Photo Source- Google

The Relationship Between Human Expansion And The Selective Extinction Of Big Animals Is Supported By Fossil Data Spanning The Last 50000 Years However The Link With Climatic Change Is Contested. Photo Source- Google

Dna Sequencing Advancements In The Last 20 Years Allowed Researchers To Analyse The Dna Of Numerous Species Providing Valuable Data For The Study. Photo Source- Google

The Decline In Large Mammal Populations Coincides With The Spread Of Humans Questioning The Role Of Climate Change. Photo Source- Google

The Study Provides A New Perspective On Human Impact Versus Natural Climatic Factors In Historical Species Extinction. Photo Source- Google

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