Antarctic terrestrial life-challenging the history of the frozen continent?

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From: Biological Reviews(Vol. 83, Issue 2)
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Document Type: Article
Length: 52 words

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Antarctica is a continent covered with ice however these ice sheets are becoming thinner and thinner because of the deepening glacial events. The glacial events resulted in the reduction of all Mesozoic terrestrial life of Antarctica, which stressed the need for adoption of new biological paradigm to understand the Antarctic glacial history.

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Gale Document Number: GALE|A180194014