The Real Reason Dinosaurs Became Extinct – Colorado Snowball Fight
Mystery solved! Now we know what happened to the dinosaurs. In addition to the cause of their demise, we now know where it happened. Durango, Colorado, saw the end of the dinosaurs' reign on Earth. Check out the video below.
See those apartment buildings in the background? Those are prehistoric apartment buildings. Those are prehistoric power lines, too.
It wasn't an asteroid responsible for wiping out the dinosaurs. It was a severe case of clowning around. T-Rex is the biggest wuss out there. The Velociraptor is putting up a much better fight.
This video was captured with a prehistoric camera a few weeks ago in Durango, Colorado. Why a snowball fight in Durango?
According to the Cretaceous-Paleogene extinction event theory, three-quarters of the plants and animals on earth were wiped out by a sudden event. A theory proposed in 1980 suggests the K-Pg extinction was caused by the impact of a massive comet or asteroid some 66 million years ago.
The impact resulted in a major climactic disruptions which devastated the ecology. It has also been suggested the amount of soot in the air blocked out the sun and created an impact winter effect.
Winter set in, snow fell, and dinosaurs commenced to goof around and have snowball fights. The natural order of the food chain was disrupted, and voila! No more dinosaurs.
Okay, this is far fetched, but it's just about as good as any other theory.