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Fragments of the Dinosaur-killing Asteroid Is Finally Discovered 66 Million Years Later

The clue lies in the fossils of dead fishes

Photo by Markus Spiske on Unsplash

Scientists have finally found pieces of the asteroid that caused the mass extinction of the dinosaurs. Fossilized fish and a tree from Hell Creek Formation in North Dakota shed light on the…

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Prateek Dasgupta, M.S.

Prateek Dasgupta, M.S.

Top writer in History, Science, Art, Food, and Culture. Interested in lost civilizations and human evolution. Contact: prateekdasgupta@gmail.com

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