The Day the Dinosaurs Died

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Sixty-six million years ago an asteroid six miles wide hurtled towards the Earth at forty-five thousand miles an hour. The result of the impact? The total annihilation of life on this planet and the recreation of the world. This amazing long read looks at the work of a young paleontologist who made a discovery that could unlock answers to what life looked like at the moment of impact.

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