Glimpses of a Mass Extinction in Modern-Day Western New York – The New Yorker

The New Yorker
A short drive on the highway that morning had dropped me from the airless, snow-capped peaks that once towered over New York City, down through a sprawling delta in the tropics where the planet’s first trees rose from the edge of the sea. But the

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