A meteorite might have slammed into the island as early as 12,000 years ago.
Dinosaurs had a 9/10 chance they’d make it — but they drew the short straw.
That spot is not a lake in cold, snow-covered Canada.
Australian researchers have uncovered what might be the biggest impact asteroid impact zone in the world – at over 400 kilometers (250 miles)! Naturally, the crater isn’t visible today, but geophysicists have found the impact’s scars deep below the surface. Lead researcher Dr Andrew Glikson from the ANU School of Archaeology and Anthropology explains: “The two asteroids must each have been over