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Mass Extinction Events Can Turn Freshwater Into Toxic Soup, And It’s Already Happening ...
By Loek Schreurs - September 19, 2021
Mass extinctions in the history of the earth, e.g. during the Permian extinction, showed the increase of bacterial and algal blooms. These algae take all the oxygen out of the water and all life in the water is at risk. Current events related to climate change, might cause similar effects and could make freshwater toxic.

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