This tour used to be called “Why Did the Dinosaurs Go Extinct?” and but I’ve found this to be an inexact question. I’ve consequently added brackets around the word “Why” to be more precise.
The picture of the adolescent Tyrannosaurus Rex above might give you a clue, but if you still haven’t worked it out, please come along to this tour which will teach you how to use comparative anatomy to identify a group of very successful animals still in existence today who are the survivors of the Great K-P extinction. If you’re curious…
TIckets available soon