Modern day extinction caused by climate change could take the planet 10 million years to recover

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Searchers found only a skull and trousers from a suspected rhino poacher trampled by an elephant and then eaten by lions at Kruger National Park in South Africa officials say. The Associated Press fileA search Thursday for a suspected rhino poacher trampled by an elephant at Kruger National Park in South Africa turned up only a skull and a pair of trousers game officials say. Entering Kruger National Park illegally and on foot is not wise in the release. It could take millions of years for the Earth to recover from climate change if it is serious enough to wipe out mankind say scientists. The impact of modern day climate change has been compare to major extinction events such as the Great Dying that nearly killed all marine life and the extinction of dinosaurs. The asteroid impact that led to the extinction of dinosaurs is the only event in Earths history that caused global change faster than present day climate change. with the past we should be able to tease out more details about how climate change might impact these important plankton. In a statement released by South African National Parks on Friday the park service said the family of the victim said they were informed of his death by his alleged accomplices. during this search the park service said. Indications found at the scene suggested that a pride of lions had devoured the remains leaving only a human skull and a pair of pants

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