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Posted by Aaron Viviano on October 13, 2002 02:36:47 UTC

"If Dinosaurs lived 66 million years ago, and a meteor wiped them out, why were there not many mass extinctions of other species? (Escpecially light-sensative species, since the dust most likely blocked out the sun)"

In evolutionary theory many other species died out in the supposed asteriod hit, but mainly dinosaurs.

What I don't understand is why things like sharks or crocs didn't die off as well, since it was the mamals small size, according to the evolutionists, that allowed them to survive wouldn't the other big creatures die off as well?

-Aaron

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