The Mega-beast Termination
Experts have discovered the truth behind a large number of mysteries. Among the mysteries however to be discovered is the Mega-beasts, the creatures that roamed North America throughout the Ice Age, 13, 1000 years ago. Among the Mega-beasts will be the Saber-Toothed Gambling, Woolly Big, and Huge Sloth. You will find three key theories as to how the Mega-beasts went extinct. They are the following: 1 . ) The Clovis People killed them all away for food. 2 . ) They passed away due to the unexpected climate change. 3. ) A comet wiped them all out.
My personal theory is that all three of these factors played an element in the Mega-beast's extinction. In case the Clovis Persons and the climate change jointly had removed, say, 59% of the Mega-beast population, and a comet struck the Greenland Snow Sheet, the results could possibly be catastrophic. The whole Mega-beast population could be wiped out entirely, and in many cases if there are survivors, they can be wiped out quickly by the Clovis People and/or the dramatic environment change. There are spikes of Iridium and hexagonal diamonds-which can only always be formed by massive influence and amazing heat, sexier than a volcano-in both the layer of ice in the Greenland Ice Sheet that was from the Snow Age plus the Black Cushion layer in Arizona.
The reasons the other ideas are incorrect is simple. The Clovis People simply couldn't wipe out each of the Mega-beasts independently. This is accurate for local climate change too. Also, there was 35 total species of Mega-beasts. There is no likely way I use heard as of yet that the meteor could have wiped out all the mega-beasts on its own. Hierbei, this lead me towards the theory that every three are correct and in addition simultaneously completely wrong. They are correct in the sense that they played a part in the mass mega-beast extinction, but they are incorrect in the sense that they can didn't -couldn't- do it exclusively.
Personally, I do think my theory should be searched. One of the ways to...