An expression At the center of a BBC documentary, “Dinosaurs: The Final Day”, journalists have been filming teams following the site for years. Ancient researchers have discovered animals that were “killed and buried on the day the giant asteroid collided with Earth”. Also, Philip Manning, a professor of natural history at the University of Manchester, is surprised that “prehistoric dinosaur fossils are so rare that it is unusual to find so many traces of a catastrophic day.”
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Robert Dipalma, a graduate of the same university that led the excavations, said: We look at the rock formations, we look at the fossils here, it takes us back to that day. ⁇
Came out of the ground, a particularly well-preserved leg of cellulose, but from that day on the fish that ate the dust, the animals killed by the debris of the celestial body, including the tortoise nailed to the wooden pole … and even a piece. Asteroid.
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