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Evolutionists believe that some75 millions years agoa75 millions uears ago, Antarctica had fires, they believe that this took place when dinosaurs still roamed the Earth .
According to a new study, published online Occtober 20 in the journal finds. that Antarctica's James Ross Island was home to a temperate forest of conifers, ferns and flowering plants known as angiosperms, as well as to a slew of . But it wasn't a total paradise; ancient paleo-fires burned parts of those forests to a crisp, leaving behind charcoal remnants that scientists have now scooped up and studied.
They say that this happened during the late Cretaceous period (100 million to 66 million years ago), one of the warmest periods on ,
Geggel, Laura. 2021. Wildfires burned Antarctica 75 million years ago, charcoal remnants reveal Live Science 26 October.