(FOX NEWS) – For some, this is a century-long find, but for others it's not very difficult. At least not yet.
An extraordinary site found in North Dakota in the United States is home to treasury scans that show meteoric influences 66 million years ago, which caused a wave of tsunami like an inland sea that killed and buryed fish, mammals, insects and dinosaurs. Perhaps this is the most important event of mass extinction in the history of the Earth.
At least this is a theory. Although simplified, the aforementioned theory consists in how he realized that he could change the life on which he came across.