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Why did the Vikings kill the dinosaurs?

February 27, Henrik Syse has to answer a difficult question.


As we all remember from the history lessons at school, the dinosaurs dominated the earth roughly until the Norwegian Vikings came and took over world domination. Bottom line, the Vikings killed the dinosaurs, but why?

Just as it was, the Vikings snuck deep into the darkest forests to look for dinosaurs. When they finally spotted a Tyrannosaurus Rex behind a pine tree, they struck. From all sides the Vikings came running with spears and swords which they thrust into the beast. After the dinosaurs were killed, they were buried with large numbers of plants and tassels. The Vikings had found that if plant and animal remains were exposed to great pressure for millions of years, it could eventually. . .

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