Ice Age Meltdown
18,000 years ago there was a sudden change in climate that ends a global freeze that had lasted several thousand years.
Melting ice caps drive up sea level to create coastlines we know today and the great glaciers melting dramatically to return to the sculpture in the landscape.
A mass extinction took place and as the human race adapted to these dramatic changes in their family, the seeds of our modern society were sown.
The weather quickly changed world, with dramatic consequences for life on the planet. Today our world is warming at a rate similar to what the lessons of the past can teach us about the survival of our future?
Ice Age Meltdown,