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Re: Why was Earth a fiery hell 55 million years ago?



And if oceans became too acidic for both foraminifers and corals, why are they still around now?

The carbon dioxide came from the air, so deeper water layers should not have been affected.


The seafloor forams did suffer a mass extinction, though, presumably from the heat.