Why Aren't There Any More Dinosaurs?

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asked Jun 21, 2014 by Karel (220 points)
I've got all these dinosaur toys, but when I visit the zoo there are no live dino's.

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answered Jun 21, 2014 by qandadmin (330 points)
About 65 million years ago an enormous asteroid collided with the earth and changed the climate on the planet. The dinosaurs couldn't suvive these new circumstances and eventually died out, making way for new animals, ones that were better suited to this new climate.
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