The Prehistoric Worst Extinction Event?

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Worst Extinticon Event?

  1. Ordovician-Silurian extinction event

    9.1%
  2. Late Devonian extinction event

    9.1%
  3. Permian–Triassic extinction event

    27.3%
  4. Triassic-Jurassic extinction event

    27.3%
  5. Cretaceous–Tertiary extinction event

    45.5%
  6. Pleistocene extinction event

    9.1%
  7. None, OUR extinction Will be worse than the prehistoric Ones

    63.6%
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  1. eagc7

    eagc7 TF Movies Fan/Supporter

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    Hey, has you Know i made an thread About which Extinct Animal you wish were Still Alive, but now its Time for the mass Extinctions

    For You Which Was The WORST mass Extinction?

    For me its the Permian and Cretaceous Ones

    I Know Wikipedia Always have fake info but I Going to throw some pages of the mass extinticion becuase with Prehistoric life Wikipedia have true Info, remember not all are the actual events but theorys but still tell which you consider the worst extinction with all the info and theorys we Have

    Ordovician
    Devonian
    Permian
    Triassic
    Cretaceous
    Quaternary
     
  2. Brainchild

    Brainchild Dark Flame Master

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    Darn, I was looking forward to being inconsiderate about your grammar. But on topic, I'd have to say the Triassic, we lost some of the cooler dinosaurs.
     
  3. Aernaroth

    Aernaroth <b><font color=blue>I voted for Super_Megatron and Veteran

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    What? No Oxygen Catastrophe on the list?
     
  4. eagc7

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    I Never heard any of it At what Era it Took Place?
     
  5. smkspy

    smkspy is one nice fucking kitty

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    I'd vote for the Blue Bell extinction event, but it wasn't listed.
     
  6. Aernaroth

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    I'd advise strongly against that. Why? Ummm... Let's see here - maybe because he's from Guatemala, so English probably isn't his mother tongue? Also, that post of yours is treading awefully close to trolling.

    Can you speak anything other than English? No? Well kindly keep your remarks to yourself.

    *edit*

    Oh, and eagc7 - as a general rule, use capital letters at the start of a sentence, for nouns, geographical places and brand names. Anything more is hard on the eyes.
     
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  8. skywarp

    skywarp The extra Autobot

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    I am not to interested in the extinction's you listed. I would really like to have seen the precambrian explosion. That would be neat.

    I am more interested in life than death. So to have seen life diversify like that would be amazing. To see natural selection and punctuated equilibrium in person would be very neat. All right I have been listening to Richard Dawkins to much as of lately.

    Or maybe see the begging of the ice age, to see a siberia what was a frozen dessert.

    Or maybe a non-frozen Antarctica.
     
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    If humans went extinct would be worse. All the others are GOOD since those lead to us being here. If T-Rexs didn't die out, whose to say they wouldn't have gobbled up our ancestors.
     

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