Exactly one year ago today, the world’s biggest iceberg broke off the Antarctic. A titan weighing a trillion tonnes and covering an area a quarter the size of Wales, the iceberg fell off after beginning as a mere crack in Larsen’s Ice more than 10 years ago. But things quickly escalated and, in July 2017, satellites from various countries confirmed the colossal break. But what’s happened since?
In 1993, Steven Spielberg created a film that is still inspiring sequels today. Children and adults alike are going to the cinema to see Jurassic World: but how accurate actually is it? Well the team here at KCA have done some research to find out!
The world used to be governed by some beautiful beasts. Some were small and some were gigantic. Some were slow and some were sprinters - some were sociable and some were hunters. But for all of their magical differences, they have one thing in common - they are now extinct. Whilst other animals, such as sharks, frogs and mammals, managed to survive, these mystical creatures perished. But how did the dinosaurs die? Let’s explore some of the theories.