Scientists: Dinosaur egg fossils in Spain include 4 unexpected species

03/18/2013 | Nature World News

Scientists analyzing hundreds of Spanish dinosaur egg fossils found that they include four species the researchers didn't expect to find in the region. The 70-million-year-old eggs are likely of sauropods, a four-legged dinosaur with long necks and tails. The discovery supports theories that sauropods used the area as a nesting spot and the eggs are the first known of their type in the Iberian Peninsula.

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