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  • 101 Crazy Dinosaur Theories - Theories about dinosaur extinction
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  • The Cretaceous Extinction - 85 percent of all species died in the K-T extinction at the end of the Cretaceous period. This article provides information on the geological setting, the species affected and the possible causes of the event.
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  • Dinosaur Volcano Greenhouse Extinction - The dinosaur extinction occurred during a Deccan Traps volcanism-induced greenhouse climate change. By Dewey McLean.
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  • Dinosaurs and Extinctions - From the Classroom of the Future website. Includes an introduction to the major theories on the Cretaceous-Tertiary extinction event.
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  • Dinosaurs' End: The Gravitational Hypothesis - An original, serious and well-argued theory by F.Malmartel explaining dinosaur extinction, especially why dinosaurs disappeared when other reptiles survived.
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  • The End-Cretaceous (K-T) Extinction - Discusses geologic setting, possible causes, and species affected by the event at the end of the Mesozoic Era.
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  • The Great Mystery - Information on current and past hypotheses on dinosaur extinctions from the University of California Paleontology Museum.
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  • The K-T Extinction - Essay by Richard Cowen about the mass extinction of many species that occurred at the end of the Cretaceous Period and how the catastrophe hypotheses hold up to scrutiny.
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  • Timing and Rate of the KT Extinction: What Else Died Out? - Article by Pete Goddard on this subject covering the sea, the land and the air, and coming to the conclusion that the evidence points to a single catastrophic event.
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  • Science Daily: A World Ruled By Fungi - After the extinction event, the dominant life form was the fungi that thrived in the dark. Researchers have constructed a timeline of the fungal takeover and eventual replacement by resurgent plant life. (March 08, 2004)
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