Fossilized Pollen Reveals A Forrest-Filled Antarctica

July 1st, 2011 by

A detailed examination of the first direct and detailed climate record from the continental shelves surrounding Antarctica reveals that the last remnant of Antarctic vegetation existed in a tundra landscape on the continent’s northern peninsula about 12 million years ago. Found at YouTube from RiceUniversity.

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