Paleozoic Era Climate?

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The climate of the Paleozoic era started out as moderate, even though it shifted between being stable and being unstable. Around the middle of the Paleozoic era the climate began stabilizing and was able to support land dwelling life. At the end of the era carbon dioxide levels became dangerously low, while oxygen levels increased. This was the cause of some severe ice ages.
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