Meteor site investigated

An American professor says he has proof that the massive meteorite that killed the dinosaurs actually crash-landed off India's west coast.

The area is about 500 kilometres in diameter and encircles a peak about five kilometres high known as the Bombay High.


Sankar Chatterjee, a paleontology professor at Texas Tech University, said work done by a research team of Indians and Americans, working with information released by the companies operating in the area, has provided the strongest evidence to date that this was the spot where the dinosaur-killer hit.

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