Changes in nature occurred in the period of the late Pleistocene.
Experts managed to shed light on the cause of heavy extinction of the animals in Patagonia and to establish the causes of the sharp decline in biological diversity.
Scientists said that these changes in nature have occurred during the late Pleistocene.
They stressed that the blame for the effects of human orientation and a significant climate warming.
Meanwhile, the scientists who were heavily involved in the issue of dominant events that influenced the extinction of the animals in Patagonia, and noticed that the disappearance of animals bordered by the appearance of people and the dramatic beginning of climate warming.
However, experts are not sure that a single anthropogenic factor could be sufficient for the extinction of organisms.