The Orangutan Survive From Toba Supervolcano Eruption Impact

The Sinabung volcano eruption process in one decade is bringing a close comparison to the unexpected characteristics of three centuries Toba eruptions. Toba super-volcano had mega colossal eruptions around 74,000 years ago and this triggered global climate changes and pushed ancient people’s migration from Africa based upon the evolutionary puzzle of the Max Planck Institute for Chemistry Research by Sergey Osipov.

 Before Toba’s history, hundreds of thousands of years ago the Sumatran Orangutan (Pongo abelii) existed  as the surviving great ape amid the natural selection. That is based upon research about the Sumatran and Bornean Orangutans genome and evolution which diverged around 400,000 years ago by Washington University in St. Louis lead by David Locke. In-line with the Sundaland portions (Java, Borneo and Sumatra) a history was exposed and was greater during the last glacial period from approximately 110,000 to 12,000 years ago.

 

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