It is not at all certain that the ice age caused the extinction of the Pleistocene megafauna. Some think that the END of the ice age was a contributing factor in many of the extinctions; others blame expanding human populations. Given that most of the megafauna survived most of 1,950,000 years of ice age, it is difficult to see how the ice age itself caused their extinctions.
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