If The Asteroid Missed
What would have happened if the asteroid missed?
"The badlands of Alberta clearly show that at the end of the Cretaceous, dinosaurs were extremely successful still," says Professor Currie, who points to dozens of different dinosaur species living in that one environment at the same time.
Had the asteroid missed, he believes, dinosaurs would have continued to dominate.
...Adaptable dinosaurs had it all covered. Dinosaurs could have comfortably colonised many environments, from polar conditions to regions of rivers and forests, jungle and deserts.
Ok. Ok. The Kid realizes that this violates his "no-posting" rule regarding anything from the BBC. But even a broken clock is right twice a day.
To make up for it, take a look at this interview with Robin Aitken, author of Can We Trust the BBC? (Hint: No)
BBC delenda est!