How and When Did the Dinosaurs Die? | VOLCANO OR ASTEROID?

Bonnier Popular Science
11/16/2019 | 4 min | NOT-RATED
Dinosaurs thrived in the warm temperatures and mild weather of what we call the Mesozoic Era. But 66 million years ago, the world’s climate drastically changed. Earth became like a Zach Snyder film—much colder and darker. Plants died, food became scarce, and three-quarters of the creatures on Earth—including most of the dinosaurs—went extinct.We still debate what caused this relatively sudden change in climate. Two popular theories are an asteroid strike and the eruption of a giant volcano.Learn more:! for more Popular Science on YouTube ►► by: Jason LedermanNarrator: Jessica BoddyResearcher: Jillian MockCameras:Canon EOS C100 - EOS 5D Mark III - equipment:Canon EF50mm Lens - Zoom Lens EF24-105mm - Ace XL Tripod System - EW100ENG G3 Camera Wireless Mic Kit - Astra E 1x1 Daylight LED Panel - Magnum 650 AW Shoulder Bag - North Face Base Camp Duffel - APM MusicMedia: Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (2016) Warner Bros. Pictures, NASA, USGS, NOAA, US Department of Energy, Wikimedia Commons, Google Earth, Prelinger ArchivesCC BY 1.0: BY-NC-SA 2.0: BY 3.0: (background removed & blend mode applied),_1_gram._Original_size_-_0.1_-_0.3_cm_each..jpgCC BY-NC-SA 4.0: BY-SA 4.0: (background removed & blend mode applied, also included in thumbnail)--GET MORE POPULAR SCIENCEhttps://www.popsci.comE-mail newsletter: #chicxulub #asteroid #volcano #trex