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Q: Before the Ordovician-Silurian extinction, the diversity of life on Earth was growing enormously due to _____. the choices are shallow, warm, continental seas overpopulation of land forests cold,
glaciated oceans unknown reasons comets hitting the earth
A: Overpopulation of land forests
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User: Before the Ordovician-Silurian extinction, the diversity of life on Earth was growing enormously due to _____. the choices are shallow, warm, continental seas overpopulation of land forests cold, glaciated oceans unknown reasons comets hitting the earth

Weegy: Overpopulation of land forests
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User: Bryozoans are invertebrates, sometimes referred to as moss animals, that evolved before the Ordovician-Silurian extinction.

Weegy: False
There is Hope|Points 113|

User: An enormous rifting occurred, causing massive floods of basaltic lavas and the release of large amounts of gas. This is thought to have been the cause of which mass extinction?

Weegy: Ordovician-Silurian
There is Hope|Points 113|

User: The mass extinction that was most likely caused by the formation and retreat of glaciers was the _____ extinction.

User: The mass extinction that was most likely caused by the formation and retreat of glaciers was the _____ extinction.

Weegy: The mass exstinction that was likely caused by the formation and retreat of glaciers was the extinction of the dinosaurs.
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User: these are the choices Cretaceous-Tertiary End Triassic Permian-Triassic Late Devonian Ordovician-Silurian

Weegy: Ordovician-Silurian
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User: Select all of the answers that apply. What are the possible causes of the Late Devonian extinction? asteroid hitting the earth sea level changes overpopulation of sea organisms growth of land forests climate changes

Weegy: Two prominent theories of extinction are climate change and an asteroid hitting the Earth.
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User: Match each extinction to its appropriate characteristic. 1. Cretaceous-Tertiary worst mass extinction in Earth's history 2. End Triassic the earliest mass extinction on record 3. Permian-Triassic possibly caused by massive rifting of Earth's surface 4. Late Devonian killed off the dinosaurs 5. Ordovician-Silurian possibly caused by forest grow on Earth's land surface

Weegy: Permian-Triasic
There is Hope|Points 113|

User: Before the Ordovician-Silurian extinction, the diversity of life on Earth was growing enormously due to _____. the choices are shallow, warm, continental seas overpopulation of land forests cold, glaciated oceans unknown reasons comets hitting the earth

Weegy: Overpopulation of land forests
There is Hope|Points 113|

User: An enormous rifting occurred, causing massive floods of basaltic lavas and the release of large amounts of gas. This is thought to have been the cause of which mass extinction? the choices are Cretaceous-Tertiary End Triassic Permian-Triassic Late Devonian Ordovician-Silurian

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