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Sioux Falls Scientists endorse Rise of the Mammals for describing how
fast plant and mammal animal life recovered from the asteroid impact.

Rise of the Mammals

Rise of the Mammals (2019) - 60 minutes
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The course of life on Earth changed radically on a single day 66 million years ago. An asteroid blasted our planet, causing the extinction of three quarters of all animal species. The impact ended the Age of Dinosaurs and launched our age, the Age of Mammals. But our understanding of the asteroid's aftermath has been spotty. Who survived? How quickly did mammals and their habitats spring back? How did our planet recover from this global cataclysm?

Now a remarkable find—a trove of exceptionally preserved fossils from the critical first million years after the catastrophe—shines a revelatory light on what followed Earth's darkest hour. With exclusive access, HHMI Tangled Bank Studios filmed the discovery since the first thrilling moments of the initial find in 2016.

Providing a rare record that combines plants, animals, and precise dates—paleontological trifecta—the discovery paints a vivid portrait of the emergence of a brand-new world. Thanks to the vision, grit, and luck of the scientific team, we are gaining our first clear understanding of how our modern world of mammals arose from the ashes.

Rise of the Mammals

Sioux Falls Scientists endorse Rise of the Mammals for describing how
fast plant and mammal animal life recovered from the asteroid impact.