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Dinosaur bad luck thesis by starman
In their new paper, The Extinction of the Dinosaurs, Brusatte et. al. suggest that diminished diversity made the dinosaurs more vulnerable to the Chicxulub impact. Had the impact occurred while diversity was still high, or after it had recovered, they allege, some dinosaurs might have survived. I consider the suggestion a bit ludicrous. First of all, the authors note there is no evidence for ...

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