Fossil fish showed that there was water after the effects of the meteorite who killed dinosaurs and other species.
We know that a pillar of 66 million years ago has hit the Yucatan Peninsula. The disaster ended the Cretaceous period and ended with a dinosaur control of the planet. The losses made at the time have given much to talk about paleontologists. But, there was a question: what effects did the effect of 75% of the life of the planet be removed?
It appears that a six-year research findings have come up with the final response. A University of Kansas called a paleontologist who Robert DePalma worked on excavations based in North Dakota, United States. It would seem that the finds would provide more information about the death of dinosororan and other species that day.
From the evidence found in the area, this is how the paleontologist has sorted out what happened that day:
The site contains the 3,050 kilometers of impact. However, this did not prevent the mud from large inshore water movements of North America at that time. This resulted in a water column measuring nearly 10 meters upland and even returning the rivers of the rivers. In this process they were caught by mammals, fish, reptiles and any animals that had run their way into the wave.
But, there was no worse thing. The lion also caused a lot of small rocks flying through the sky. It was usually the bits of glass that would totally destroy it. For almost an hour the glass areas were dropped down from the sky, lightening and smothering the animals.. For example, they stopped sweeping the gills of the fish and they died by dying.
After that, the second wave hit the same place. This time he wasn't made of water, but gravel, sand and fine sediment. This meant that the plants and animals that were towed were buried. Instead they found insects, stockings, shrimps, hundreds of fish and dead mammals.