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Contrary to previous suggestions, most dinosaurs were likely not declining before the impact wiped them out entirely.
Museum researcher Sandy Knapp and curator Andrea Hart discuss the value and evolution of scientific imaging, and Molly Clery has a porpoise foetus CT scanned.