The meteorite that killed the dinosaurs fell in the worst place at the most inopportune time

Scientists claim that the meteorite that killed the dinosaurs fell at the most inopportune time and in the most unfortunate place. The consequences for living beings could be much less deplorable if the celestial object collapsed later and not there.
The meteorite that killed the dinosaurs fell in the worst place at the most inopportune time An international group of scientists has studied the Gulf of Mexico in the area where a meteorite with a diameter of 15 kilometers is believed to have fallen millions of years ago. The celestial object collided with the Earth in a shallow place of formation of gypsum stone, which eventually provoked a giant release of sulfur into the atmosphere. The temperature on Earth due to this has sharply decreased, food has become inadequate. If the meteorite fell a few moments later, it would have fallen into the deep ocean zone and then the dinosaurs would not have died out.

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