The Asteroid That Killed the Dinosaurs: Number of Dinosaur Species Identified, the Reign of the Dinosaurs, the Importance of the K-T Boundary, the Reason Scientists Discovered the Asteroid That Killed the Dinosaurs Landed in the Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico, Creation of the Chicxulub Crater, Computer Simulations of This Event, the Problem Caused by Debris, the Effect of Gypsum Upon the Atmosphere, 75% of Species Lost During This Event, Fluctuating Magnetic Poles of the Earth, Species That Survived This Calamity, Mammals Becoming the Dominant Species Upon Earth, and the Alternative Reality That Could Have Occurred if the Chicxelub Asteroid Hit Another Location

Over 700 different species of dinosaurs have been identified. For approximately 170,000,000 (170 million) years, dinosaurs ruled the Earth. The triceratops were some of the last dinosaurs to rome the world. The K-T boundary, which is a thin layer of clay, has been found around the world during excavation, and the reason it is significant is because the K-T boundary represents how the dinosaurs died. Not a single dinosaur fossil has ever been found above the K-T boundary, only below. The K-T boun...

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