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Author Topic: How come insects managed to survive whatever wiped out the dinosaurs?  (Read 473 times)

Offline P-Kasso2

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OK, what was a prehistoric little insect's big secret that helped it survive when, all around it, hefty great dinosaurs were falling like, well, falling like flies? 
I don't get it - I really don't.
Did insects have a special advantage over dinosaurs?  Why didn't insects become extinct too?
« Last Edit: 23 November, 2017, 12:09:34 PM by P-Kasso2 »
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