Mass Extinction

'Mass Extinction' - 29 News Result(s)

  • 'Shark-Toothed' Dinosaur That Competed With T-Rex Lived in Present Uzbekistan 90 Million Years Ago
    Edited by Gadgets 360 Newsdesk | Thursday September 9, 2021
    Researchers have discovered a new dinosaur species — a 'shark-toothed' theropod named Ulughbegsaurus — that is thought to have been the largest carnivorous predator of the time 90 million years ago.
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  • Sharks' Diversity Remained Static When End-Cretaceous Mass Extinction Wiped Out Dinosaurs: Study
    Edited by Gadgets 360 Newsdesk | Thursday August 12, 2021
    Researchers say that the survival and evolution of sharks through multiple mass extinctions received little analytical attention. A new study has now attempted to shed some light on their evolution during the catastrophic event. The researchers studied the morphology of 1,239 fossil shark teeth to see how their diversity was affected during the mas...
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  • "How Dare You?": 16-Year-Old Greta Thunberg Thunders At UN Climate Summit
    World News | Agence France-Presse | Monday September 23, 2019
    A visibly angry Greta Thunberg addressed a UN climate summit on Monday, accusing world leaders of betraying her generation through their inaction.
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  • Crowd Gathered To Protest Against Mass Extinction, Then The Streets Went Red
    World News | Agence France-Presse | Monday May 13, 2019
    Environmental protesters spilled fake blood Sunday on the steps of the Trocadero, a Paris tourist landmark, in a stunt to highlight the accelerated loss of biodiversity on Earth, AFP journalists reported.
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  • Earth's Wild Animal Population Plummets 60 Per Cent In 44 Years: WWF
    World News | Agence France-Presse | Tuesday October 30, 2018
    "Runaway consumption" has decimated global wildlife, triggered a mass extinction and exhausted Earth's capacity to accommodate humanity's expanding appetites, the global conservation group WWF warned Tuesday. From 1970 to 2014, 60 percent of all animals with a backbone -- fish, birds, amphibians, reptiles and mammals -- were wiped out by human appe...
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  • Dinosaurs Would Have Survived If Asteroid Hit Earth Elsewhere, Scientists Claim
    World News | Ben Guarino, The Washington Post | Thursday November 9, 2017
    A controversial new report suggests the K-Pg impact was an exceptionally unlikely shot. In a paper published Thursday in the journal Scientific Reports, a pair of researchers calculated the asteroid had little more than a 1-in-10 chance of triggering a mass extinction when it smacked into Earth.
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  • Earth Is On Its Way To The Biggest Mass Extinction Since The Dinosaurs, Scientists Warn
    World News | Kristine Phillips, The Washington Post | Thursday July 13, 2017
    Have humans damaged the Earth's ecosystems so severely that we're well on our way to the biggest mass extinction since the dinosaurs vanished 66 million years ago? And are we running out of time to reverse the negative impacts of our actions?
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  • 'Annihilation' Of Earth's Species Underway: Study
    World News | Agence France-Presse | Tuesday July 11, 2017
    The sixth mass extinction of life on Earth is unfolding more quickly than feared, and amounts to a "biological annihilation" of the planet's wildlife, scientists have warned.
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  • Blog: At 11 Tonight, The Dinosaurs Arrived. Look What We Did
    Blog | Swati Thiyagarajan | Saturday March 25, 2017
    So for one hour tonight, at 8.30, people are asked to turn off their lights. It's Earth Hour, and in the last ten years, this initiative by the WWF is perhaps the world's largest environment event encompassing 7,000 towns and cities and millions of people. The initiative was started as an awareness campaign on climate change. While that is still th...
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  • How Long Did It Take For Life To Rebound After The Death Of The Dinosaurs?
    World News | Sarah Kaplan, The Washington Post | Tuesday November 8, 2016
    It doesn't take a very long time to irreversibly change the planet. In just a few dozen millennia - a geologic blink of an eye - three quarters of Earth's living things went extinct 66 million years ago. The cause was probably a massive asteroid impact, possibly accompanied by colossal volcanic eruptions. The consequences of what scientists call th...
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  • Extinction Alert: World To Lose Two-Thirds Of Wildlife By 2020
    World News | Reuters | Friday October 28, 2016
    Worldwide populations of mammals, birds, fish, amphibians and reptiles have plunged by almost 60 per cent since 1970 as human activities overwhelm the environment, the WWF conservation group said on Thursday.
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  • What The 'Sixth Extinction' Will Look Like In The Oceans: The Largest Species Die Off First
    World News | Chris Mooney, The Washington Post | Friday September 16, 2016
    We mostly can't see it around us, and too few of us seem to care - but nonetheless, scientists are increasingly convinced that the world is barreling towards what has been called a "sixth mass extinction" event. Simply put, species are going extinct at a rate that far exceeds what you would expect to see naturally, as a result of a major perturbati...
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  • Early Animals May Have Engineered First Mass Extinction: Study
    World News | Press Trust of India | Saturday July 30, 2016
    Researchers have found new fossil evidence to strengthen the proposition that the world's first mass extinction was caused by "ecosystem engineers" - newly evolved biological organisms that altered the environment so radically it drove older species to extinction.
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  • Dinosaur Extinction Event Was Deadly For Antarctic Life
    World News | Press Trust of India | Friday May 27, 2016
    The mass extinction event that killed the dinosaurs was sudden and just as deadly to life in the polar regions, according to a study of more than 6,000 marine fossils from the Antarctic.
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  • This Bizarre Sea Monster Shows How Strange Life Gets After An Apocalypse
    World News | Rachel Feltman, The Washington Post | Tuesday May 24, 2016
    A newly discovered marine reptile is giving scientists a glimpse into the wondrous feats of nature in the face of adversity. Sclerocormus parviceps lived about 247 million years ago - in the aftermath of the most devastating mass extinction we know of, often referred to as "The Great Dying." Some 96 percent of all species went extinct, and changes ...
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'Mass Extinction' - 1 Video Result(s)

'Mass Extinction' - 29 News Result(s)

  • 'Shark-Toothed' Dinosaur That Competed With T-Rex Lived in Present Uzbekistan 90 Million Years Ago
    Edited by Gadgets 360 Newsdesk | Thursday September 9, 2021
    Researchers have discovered a new dinosaur species — a 'shark-toothed' theropod named Ulughbegsaurus — that is thought to have been the largest carnivorous predator of the time 90 million years ago.
    gadgets.ndtv.com
  • Sharks' Diversity Remained Static When End-Cretaceous Mass Extinction Wiped Out Dinosaurs: Study
    Edited by Gadgets 360 Newsdesk | Thursday August 12, 2021
    Researchers say that the survival and evolution of sharks through multiple mass extinctions received little analytical attention. A new study has now attempted to shed some light on their evolution during the catastrophic event. The researchers studied the morphology of 1,239 fossil shark teeth to see how their diversity was affected during the mas...
    gadgets.ndtv.com
  • "How Dare You?": 16-Year-Old Greta Thunberg Thunders At UN Climate Summit
    World News | Agence France-Presse | Monday September 23, 2019
    A visibly angry Greta Thunberg addressed a UN climate summit on Monday, accusing world leaders of betraying her generation through their inaction.
    www.ndtv.com
  • Crowd Gathered To Protest Against Mass Extinction, Then The Streets Went Red
    World News | Agence France-Presse | Monday May 13, 2019
    Environmental protesters spilled fake blood Sunday on the steps of the Trocadero, a Paris tourist landmark, in a stunt to highlight the accelerated loss of biodiversity on Earth, AFP journalists reported.
    www.ndtv.com
  • Earth's Wild Animal Population Plummets 60 Per Cent In 44 Years: WWF
    World News | Agence France-Presse | Tuesday October 30, 2018
    "Runaway consumption" has decimated global wildlife, triggered a mass extinction and exhausted Earth's capacity to accommodate humanity's expanding appetites, the global conservation group WWF warned Tuesday. From 1970 to 2014, 60 percent of all animals with a backbone -- fish, birds, amphibians, reptiles and mammals -- were wiped out by human appe...
    www.ndtv.com
  • Dinosaurs Would Have Survived If Asteroid Hit Earth Elsewhere, Scientists Claim
    World News | Ben Guarino, The Washington Post | Thursday November 9, 2017
    A controversial new report suggests the K-Pg impact was an exceptionally unlikely shot. In a paper published Thursday in the journal Scientific Reports, a pair of researchers calculated the asteroid had little more than a 1-in-10 chance of triggering a mass extinction when it smacked into Earth.
    www.ndtv.com
  • Earth Is On Its Way To The Biggest Mass Extinction Since The Dinosaurs, Scientists Warn
    World News | Kristine Phillips, The Washington Post | Thursday July 13, 2017
    Have humans damaged the Earth's ecosystems so severely that we're well on our way to the biggest mass extinction since the dinosaurs vanished 66 million years ago? And are we running out of time to reverse the negative impacts of our actions?
    www.ndtv.com
  • 'Annihilation' Of Earth's Species Underway: Study
    World News | Agence France-Presse | Tuesday July 11, 2017
    The sixth mass extinction of life on Earth is unfolding more quickly than feared, and amounts to a "biological annihilation" of the planet's wildlife, scientists have warned.
    www.ndtv.com
  • Blog: At 11 Tonight, The Dinosaurs Arrived. Look What We Did
    Blog | Swati Thiyagarajan | Saturday March 25, 2017
    So for one hour tonight, at 8.30, people are asked to turn off their lights. It's Earth Hour, and in the last ten years, this initiative by the WWF is perhaps the world's largest environment event encompassing 7,000 towns and cities and millions of people. The initiative was started as an awareness campaign on climate change. While that is still th...
    www.ndtv.com
  • How Long Did It Take For Life To Rebound After The Death Of The Dinosaurs?
    World News | Sarah Kaplan, The Washington Post | Tuesday November 8, 2016
    It doesn't take a very long time to irreversibly change the planet. In just a few dozen millennia - a geologic blink of an eye - three quarters of Earth's living things went extinct 66 million years ago. The cause was probably a massive asteroid impact, possibly accompanied by colossal volcanic eruptions. The consequences of what scientists call th...
    www.ndtv.com
  • Extinction Alert: World To Lose Two-Thirds Of Wildlife By 2020
    World News | Reuters | Friday October 28, 2016
    Worldwide populations of mammals, birds, fish, amphibians and reptiles have plunged by almost 60 per cent since 1970 as human activities overwhelm the environment, the WWF conservation group said on Thursday.
    www.ndtv.com
  • What The 'Sixth Extinction' Will Look Like In The Oceans: The Largest Species Die Off First
    World News | Chris Mooney, The Washington Post | Friday September 16, 2016
    We mostly can't see it around us, and too few of us seem to care - but nonetheless, scientists are increasingly convinced that the world is barreling towards what has been called a "sixth mass extinction" event. Simply put, species are going extinct at a rate that far exceeds what you would expect to see naturally, as a result of a major perturbati...
    www.ndtv.com
  • Early Animals May Have Engineered First Mass Extinction: Study
    World News | Press Trust of India | Saturday July 30, 2016
    Researchers have found new fossil evidence to strengthen the proposition that the world's first mass extinction was caused by "ecosystem engineers" - newly evolved biological organisms that altered the environment so radically it drove older species to extinction.
    www.ndtv.com
  • Dinosaur Extinction Event Was Deadly For Antarctic Life
    World News | Press Trust of India | Friday May 27, 2016
    The mass extinction event that killed the dinosaurs was sudden and just as deadly to life in the polar regions, according to a study of more than 6,000 marine fossils from the Antarctic.
    www.ndtv.com
  • This Bizarre Sea Monster Shows How Strange Life Gets After An Apocalypse
    World News | Rachel Feltman, The Washington Post | Tuesday May 24, 2016
    A newly discovered marine reptile is giving scientists a glimpse into the wondrous feats of nature in the face of adversity. Sclerocormus parviceps lived about 247 million years ago - in the aftermath of the most devastating mass extinction we know of, often referred to as "The Great Dying." Some 96 percent of all species went extinct, and changes ...
    www.ndtv.com

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