Life on our planet originated in water. This assumption forms the basis of the biogenesis theory today and is practically beyond any doubt in the scientific community.
It is water in its liquid state that offers the best conditions for life to originate and evolve in. However, if we were to cast our gaze around, we would see various organisms not only in oceans and rivers, but also on the planet’s surface, in the soil, in the lower strata of the atmosphere and even in the mouths of volcanoes.
When and why did life break away from the hospitable ocean and move on to exploring forbidding barren land?
Let’s try to get to the bottom of it.
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