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Offbeat: United States. Archaeologists find the fossil of a dinosaur killed by an asteroid

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Des volontaires à la recherche de fossiles et d'os de dinosaures dans l'Utah, aux Etats-Unis, le 21 juillet 2021. Photo d'illustration. © Patrick T. Fallon / AFP volunteers in search of fossils and dinosaur bones in Utah, in the United States, July 21, 2021 . Photo Stock Illustration.

in Tanis, in North Dakota in the United States, archaeologists have brought up a dinosaur paw whose state of conservation is remarkable. According to specialists, this discovery could date from the day the earth was struck by a giant asteroid that ended the reign of dinosaurs.

Archaeologists made a fascinating discovery on the Tanis site in North Dakota in the United States. They found a dinosaur tab in an absolutely impressive state of conservation, reports BBC News cited by Ulyces .

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The specialists who put their hands on this fossil believe that the death of this specimen could date from the day when a giant asteroid hit the land, there are 66 million years ago, which had the effect of completing the reign dinosaurs. On the same site, they have also uncovered a fossilized turtle for a wooden stake, the skin of a cornu tricherratops and a fragment of the asteroid.

Scientists May Have Found The First Fossil Remains Of A Dinosaur That Died On The Very Day A Huge Asteroid Colluded With The Earth https://t.co/7D4T7TMCID

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With a movie

"We have so much detail with this site that tell us what happened at every moment, it's almost as if we were watching in a movie. You look at the rocky column, you look at the fossils and it brings you back to that day, ", said Robert DePalma, the director of the searches of the Tanis site.

In addition to its remarkable aspect, this type of discovery could allow scientists to learn more about the asteroid that caused the last mass extinction by hitting the Earth.

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