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The Permian Extinction



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The Permian Extinction
Photograph by Jonathan Blair

The tops of Texas’ Guadalupe Mountains are built from fossilized organisms that once lived on ancient reefs. After the Permian extinction, reefs vanish from the fossil record for millions of years.



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