The question of when people came to earth is long overdue. Scientists finally got the answer. Multicellular organisms were formed from algae 650 million years ago. Researchers at the Australian National University think so. At that time there was a big change in the weather of the world. Which helped in the creation of multicellular life. It is from this multicellular animal that today’s humans evolved.
The research team is led by Professor Joseph Brooks. In a report published in the journal Nature, he explained the history of this evolution in a scientific way. The experiment is being carried out with a number of very ancient stones recovered from Central Australia.
Ancient life patterns have been found by breaking the stones into powder. He said that from the particles of rock it is understood that life evolved 850 million years ago due to natural favorable conditions. Especially multicellular organisms. Brooks described it as a revolution in the ecosystem.
According to scientists, then the ice age is going on in the world. Ice was frozen all over the world at that time. The planet was covered with a thick layer of ice for 50 million years. Huge glaciers collapsed, shattering the entire mountain range.
As a result, nutrients can come out of the mountains. Then the warm era began. The ice began to melt. Glaciers mix with water in rivers and seas. Ice cooled water comes to normal temperature. The necessary environment for the creation of life is created.
The nutrients that come out of the ice sheet break down into the sea. Marine life is gradually created. Multicellular animals are born on the ground. Scientists believe that the first multicellular organisms were born in water.