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Dinosaur Extinction via Asteroid?

Have you heard about the Chicxulub impact site in Yucatan, Mexico? Some scientists claim this site as the “smoking gun” of the asteroid that wiped out the dinosaurs. Is this a smoking gun or just smoke? What results can we glean from empirical research?

 

Other episodes in this series:

Discovering the Pre-Flood World

Revealing the True Age of the Hawaiian Islands

Dinosaurs Are Not Birds

What Was Homo naledi?

                  
 

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