The Great Permian Extinction - on land
At the end of the Permian Period, 70% of land-dwelling species vanished. The herbivorous Lystrosaurus somehow survived the ordeal and dominated the landscape, making up as much as 90% of the known vertebrate fauna after the extinction.
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