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January 20th, 2016
Episode 404 of 725 episodes
Researchers found a spike in mercury, which is produced by volcanoes, in ancient ocean sediments from southern France that span the time of the mass extinction that got the dinosaurs, lending support to the idea that massive eruptions played a role, in addition to the asteroid impact
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