Dinosaurs ruled the Earth for over 150 million years but were suddenly wiped out around 65 million years ago. Maddie investigates how they may have met their end. Subscribe to Earth Unplugged for more amazing animal videos - http://bit.ly/SubscribeToEarthUnplugged
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Full video credits:
Script: Leila Battison
Presenter: Maddie Moate
Animation: Pomona Pictures
Music: Audio Networks
Nuclear Explosion: Dominic Sunset by Department of Energy Publication date 1962
Extra 2D credits:
Illustrations by Patrica Ferguson and Pierangelo Pirak
Leaves Silhouettes by downloadfreevector.com
Earth and space textures NASA
Other textures Lost and Taken and Textures.com
Extra 3D credits:
Triceratops by Fabrizio De Rossi
Other dinosaurs by Pierangelo Pirak
“Gunung Batur lava flows and craters” and “Batur lava flow detail” by Kyle