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Bang goes that theory: Dinosaurs killed by volcano
Professor Keller says fossilized traces of plants and animals dug out of low lying hills at El Penon in northeastern Mexico show that the meteor event happened 300,000 years after the dinosaurs disappeared.
'Now we find that another catastrophe, which is Deccan Volcanism, which has not had much attention paid to it, may be the real culprit,' said Keller.
Professor Keller said the meteorite seems to have had no effect on any of the plant and animal life of the region whereas the volcano eruptions could have blocked sunlight, altered climate and caused acid rain.
I think Keller is on the right
track. However, as I say in Not by Fire
And there you have it. Excess
moisture rising skies already been
Professor Keller's findings were published in the Journal of the Geological Society of London.
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