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The methane is caged in ice lattices, or clathrates, which are thought to be particularly vulnerable to release in the rapidly warming waters of the arctic. Some climatologists blame runaway events like the Great Dying, 250 million years ago, the worst extinction event in Earth’s history, on the sudden release of methane clathrates buried under the cold ocean floors. READ MORE IN TUESDAY'S MONITOR.
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