Ancient microbes yield clues to ice age timing

For several million years, the Earth cycled through ice ages at a regular pace, but then, 1.25 million to 700,000 years ago, something changed: ice ages went from lasting 40,000 years to 100,000.

Now, scientists doing research in the Southern Ocean think they have a clue about why the cold snaps more than doubled in length.

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