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|23:18, 26 September 2007||No thumbnail||406 × 292 (158 KB)||David Fuchs||[http://imdb.com/title/tt0103400/ The Dinosaurs!] (1992) PBS WTYY-TV. Samples of rock from Chicxulub Crater.|