If an asteroid hit Earth and all the humans died, would the dinosaurs come back? The Conversation’s Curious Kids podcast

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Many, many years ago dinosaurs roamed the Earth. Six-year-old Aga knows that a meteorite wiped them out… but could another meteorite bring them back?

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The Conversation’s Curious Kids podcast is published in partnership with FunKids, the UK’s children’s radio station. It’s hosted and produced by Eloise. The executive producer is Gemma Ware.

Email your question to curiouskids@theconversation.com or record it and send your question to us directly at funkidslive.com/curious.

And explore more articles from our Curious Kids series on The Conversation.

Disclosure statement:

During the past 40+ years, William Ausich has received funding many times from the National Science Foundation and National Geographic. He is currently a retired Academy Professor conducting research.

Sound credits With thanks to roubignolle for the sound of a giraffe eating, via freesound.org.

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