1. Dinosaurs Were Already on Their Way Out Before Asteroid Hit, Another Study Finds  ScienceAlert
  2. Asteroid strike not the only destroyer of dinosaurs: Study  HT Tech
  3. Chinese fossils show dinosaur decline before asteroid impact  Cosmos
  4. Fossil egg analysis in China adds to debate of what may have caused dinosaurs' demise  CNN
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A recent study has revealed that dinosaurs had been on the road to extinction much earlier than previously believed, and the catastrophicA recent study has revealed that dinosaurs had been on the road to extinction much earlier than previously believed, and the catastrophic

Dinosaur extinction began 2 mln years earlier than previously - Daily Times

There had been a long-term decline in the diversity of dinosaurs globally before a large asteroid hit the Earth 66 million years ago and contributed to their extinction, a new study by Chinese researchers showed.

Chinese scientists find new possible cause for dinosaur extinction - CGTN

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The demise of the dinosaurs has long captivated paleontologists.The debate wages on.

Dinosaurs Were Already on Their Way Out Before Asteroid Hit, Another Study Finds : ScienceAlert

A new study suggests that not only did the dinosaur numbers dwindle, but their species diversity was itself quite limited, which anyway got them to the brink of extinction. - Articles from The Weather Channel | weather.comA new study suggests that not only did the dinosaur numbers dwindle, but their species diversity was itself quite limited, which anyway got them to the brink of extinction. - Articles from The Weather Channel | weather.com

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Fossil eggs support the hypothesis that dinosaurs were not very diverse before their extinction and had declined overall during the last part of the Cretaceous.Fossil eggs support the hypothesis that dinosaurs were not very diverse before their extinction and had declined overall during the last part of the Cretaceous.

Fossil Eggs Show Dinosaur Decline Before End-Cretaceous Extinction

Who doesn't know about the asteroid that killed dinosaurs? We've all pretty much grown up in the information that the otherworldly object was behind the extinction of the mighty lizards. But what if that wasn't completely true? A new major study claims that dinosaurs were "already dying" back when they got wiped out by the giant asteroid.  When dinosaurs went extinct 66 million years ago, their range of species was already drastically shrinking, as per the study done on dinosaur eggs in China.When dinosaurs went extinct 66 million years ago, their range of species was already drastically shrinking, as per the study done on dinosaur eggs in China

Was an asteroid the sole reason dinosaurs went extinct? New study claims they were already 'dying out' - Science News

Studies on hundreds of dinosaur egg fossils in China suggest there may have only been around three species left when they were wiped out by an asteroidStudies on hundreds of dinosaur egg fossils in China suggest there may have only been around three species left when they were wiped out by an asteroid

Dinosaurs 'already heading for extinction' when planet was hit by huge asteroid - World News - Mirror Online

Researchers from China have recently announced that dinosaurs may have been extinct before the meteorite hit.Researchers from China have recently announced that dinosaurs may have been extinct before the meteorite hit.

Researchers reveal dinosaurs may have been extinct before the meteorite hit

Researchers from the Chinese Academy of Sciences studied 1,000 fossilised dinosaur eggs and eggshells, and claim the animals were already in decline when the asteroid struck.Researchers from the Chinese Academy of Sciences studied 1,000 fossilised dinosaur eggs and eggshells, and claim the animals were already in decline when the asteroid struck.

Dinosaurs were already in decline when the asteroid hit 66 million years ago, study claims  | Daily Mail Online

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Researchers from the Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology (IVPP) of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, along with their collaborators, now have found evidence to support the hypothesis that dinosaurs were not very diverse before their extinction and had declined overall during the last part of the Cretaceous.

Chinese fossil eggs show dinosaur decline bef | EurekAlert!