Clearly selection pressure will not result in organisms

Clearly selection pressure will not result in organisms that are better equipped to avoid agents of mass extinction such as the major asteroid impact at the end of the Cretaceous. Yet there is increasing evidence that mass extinctions are selective even though they follow different rules to “background” extinction. What characteristics of lineages or clades might make them more or less likely to survive a mass extinction?

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