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Oviraptor Nest with Eight Eggs - matrix / red sandstone : 18" (45.72 cm) long - 10" (25.4 cm) wide - eggs : 7" (17.78 cm) long - about 70 million years old - Nanxiang Basin - Guandong Province, China

Oviraptor Nest with Eight Eggs - matrix / red sandstone : 18" (45.72 cm) long - 10" (25.4 cm) wide - eggs : 7" (17.78 cm) long - about 70 million years old - Nanxiang Basin - Guandong Province, China

prehistoric 7-egg Oviraptor Dinosaur nest dating to approximately 75 million years ago

prehistoric 7-egg Oviraptor Dinosaur nest dating to approximately 75 million years ago

This picture shows a replica of an amazing fossil that captured a Velociraptor and Protoceratops fighting in the heat of battle. The fossil was discovered in 1971 in Mongolia and is considered a national treasure by the country.

This picture shows a replica of an amazing fossil that captured a Velociraptor and Protoceratops fighting in the heat of battle. The fossil was discovered in 1971 in Mongolia and is considered a national treasure by the country.

Nido di dinosauri!   Largo appena 70 centimetri, il nido è stato definito "mozzafiato" da David Fastovsky, paleontologo della University of Rhode Island e coautore dello studio sul nido, recentemente pubblicato su Journal of Paleontology.    Diversamente da altri nidi fossili  in cui state ritrovate solo delle uova, i cuccioli di questa nidiata sembra avessero circa un anno di vita al momento della morte.

Nido di dinosauri! Largo appena 70 centimetri, il nido è stato definito "mozzafiato" da David Fastovsky, paleontologo della University of Rhode Island e coautore dello studio sul nido, recentemente pubblicato su Journal of Paleontology. Diversamente da altri nidi fossili in cui state ritrovate solo delle uova, i cuccioli di questa nidiata sembra avessero circa un anno di vita al momento della morte.

Gobi Desert, Mongolia, 1988. Photo by Erdenebayar Erdenesuren

Gobi Desert, Mongolia, 1988. Photo by Erdenebayar Erdenesuren

AN EXQUISITE FULLY-ROOTED TYRANNOSAURUS TOOTH  Tyrannosaurus bataar  Late Cretaceous - 68 Million Years Old  Nemegt Formation, The Gobi Desert  Central Asia

AN EXQUISITE FULLY-ROOTED TYRANNOSAURUS TOOTH Tyrannosaurus bataar Late Cretaceous - 68 Million Years Old Nemegt Formation, The Gobi Desert Central Asia

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"Nest Full of Baby Dinosaurs Found. A 70-million-year-old nest filled with the remains of baby Protoceratops gives clues to the dinos’ early behavior."

"Nest Full of Baby Dinosaurs Found. A 70-million-year-old nest filled with the remains of baby Protoceratops gives clues to the dinos’ early behavior."

My Fossils - Hadrosaurus Eggs in Nest

My Fossils - Hadrosaurus Eggs in Nest

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