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Lack Of Oxygen Will Lead to ‘Death’ of Most Life on Earth in Billion Years, Says Experts – Nature World News

In the early history of Earth, levels of oxygen were much lower and they are more likely to be low again in the distant future which will lead to the death of most…

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Earth’s atmosphere will have very little oxygen, thereby making it unlivable for complex aerobic life in a billion years from now.
Presently, the earth’s atmosphere is made up of around 21 percent of oxygen. Earth’s atmosphere’s oxygen-rich nature is ideal for large and complex organisms, like humans, that need gas to live. But in the early history of Earth, levels of oxygen were much lower and they are more likely to be low again in the distant future.
How Earth’s Atmospheric Conditions Will Change 

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