Illustration of the K T Event at the end of the Cretaceous Period. A ten-kilometre-wide asteroid or comet is entering the Earths atmosphere as dinosaurs, including T. rex, look on.

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Illustration of the K T Event at the end of the Cretaceous Period. A ten-kilometre-wide asteroid or comet is entering the Earths atmosphere as dinosaurs, including T. rex, look on.

Photo by: ROGER HARRIS/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

ROGER HARRIS/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

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