Did long incubation kill off the dinosaurs?
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Did long incubation kill off the dinosaurs?

Researchers at Florida State University have released a paper arguing that dinosaur young took much longer to hatch than other birds and mammals, making it harder to recover from the devastating meteor strike 65 million years ago.

Author of the report Dr Gregory Erickson explains on the Today programme how the dinosaurs were not well-equipped to survive the catastrophe.

  • 03 Jan 2017