Did an Asteroid Kill the Dinosaurs?

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Death of dinosaurs caused by asteroid is one of the theories believed to have caused their extinction. A giant asteroid killed off dinosaurs and a majority of other species on Earth more than 65 million years ago. According to Norris the impact caused a crater 24 miles deep and 125 miles wide.
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The asteroid that thrust the dinosaurs into extinction is known as the "Chicxulub" asteroid (although this is one of the many competing ideas as to how the dinosaurs became
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The impact of an asteroid striking the Earth would kill all of the organisms on the surface
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Using estimates of the total amount of iridium in the Cretaceous-Tertiary boundary (and assuming that the asteroid contained the normal percentage of iridium found in chondrites),
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Well it depends some people believe it was an asteroid that killed the dinosaurs but it has been proven by scientists that in fact there it is not possible of a meteor so big with
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