Scientists discover dinosaur fossil with eggs

Posted on Saturday, April 16 2005 @ 3:12 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Scientists found a fossil of a dinosaur who died more than 65 million years ago with two eggs ready to lay. They say that dinosaurs were very bird-like, but also resembling reptiles such as crocodiles.
While the fossil does not answer the ultimate question of whether birds descended from dinosaurs, it will help answer questions about how birds, reptiles and dinosaurs are related, the international team of scientists said.
More details about the found at Reuters

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