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… Earth's atmosphere would have been a hostile mix of methane, ammonia, hydrogen sulphide and other noxious gases …
Free oxygen is toxic to anaerobic organisms and the rising concentrations may have wiped out most of the Earth's anaerobic inhabitants at the time. Cyanobacteria were therefore responsible for one of the most significant extinction events in Earth's history.
Q. How did dry land form?