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College Students Found 66 Million-Year-Old Dinosaur Eggs in China

DINOSAUR – Four college students found 66 million-year-old dinosaur eggs in China.

The mythical creatures “Dinosaurs” once roamed the Earth but they vanished after a meteorite impact on the planet.

Most of the fossils of these interesting creatures were found in South America and China.

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In a previous article, Chinese workers found fossilized dinosaur eggs in the city of Heyuan in Guangdong Province, China,

While they are digging the road, they spotted 43 eggs latched on a mud. The 130 million years old eggs were handed to the Chinese Academy of Science.

The experts believed that 19 of those eggs belongs to a long-necked dinosaur called “Sauropod.”

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Photo Source: Everything Dinosaur Blog

Recently, another fossilized dinosaur eggs were found by four college students during their walk in Pingxiang City in Southern China.

Based on a report from Express, the cluster of rare dinosaur eggs aged about 66 million-year-old.

The findings of the eggs were made last May 25, 2019, in the local museum where it is now currently held.

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According to the report, the fossilized eggs have different sizes and were all covered in red thick mud.

Experts from the Chinese Academy of Science studied and confirmed that those fossil really are dinosaur eggs.

This is not the first time that happened in Southern China. Several skeletons were found in that region last 2008.

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Based on the report, the fossilized eggs are dated back to the Cretaceous Period. The Parasaurolophus, Triceratops, Tyrannosaurus, Ankylosaurus appeared during that period.

Surely, the four college students were amazed by fossilized eggs they found during their walk. It is not every day we found eggs of a mythical creature. 

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