- Nest of fossilized dinosaur eggs found in Brazil
- It is being told that these dinosaur eggs are 60 million years old.
- Earlier it was believed that these giant eggs belonged to ancient alligators.
A nest of fossilized dinosaur eggs has been found in Brazil. It is being told that these eggs are 60 million years old. These eggs got buried in the soil and later became fossils. 5 eggs have been found in this dinosaur nest. Earlier it was believed that these eggs belong to ancient alligators, but upon investigation, their reality came to the fore. This nest has been found in the Presidente Prudente area of the city of Sao Paulo, Brazil.
According to the G1 report, the team of paleontologist William Roberto Nava has done a comprehensive analysis of these eggs. They found that these eggs were bigger and thicker than alligator eggs. Nawa, who was responsible for most of the discoveries at this site, said that these dinosaur eggs are 4 to 5 inches long and 2 to 3 inches wide. At the same time, the eggs of ancient alligators were not more than 3 inches long.
Many layers of soil deposited over the eggs over the years.
These dinosaur eggs were protected under the ground, which has now turned into sandstone over time. Nova said that over millions of years, this soil became the natural protector of the eggs. Several layers of soil got deposited over the eggs over the years. These eggs were extracted last year but recently it has been found that they are dinosaur eggs. Fossilized embryos may also be present in these eggs.
Earlier, a dinosaur egg including an embryo was found in China, which was discussed all over the world. Meanwhile, dinosaur footprints found on a beach in Britain have shown that these giant animals gathered here 200 million (200 million) years ago. Scientists are studying the footprints of a group of long-necked dinosaurs. Printed images have been used to create 3D models so that researchers can study more easily and accurately.
Fossils are formed by drying in sunlight
The results of research by scientists from Britain and France have now been published in Geological Magazine. Scientists said these figures have raised edges called ‘Squelch Marks’ where dinosaurs put their feet in the mud. These marks dry up in sunlight and then turn into fossils. Earlier, thousands of footprints of dinosaurs who ruled the earth were found in Poland.