Chris, et al:
You're correct about the growth series of
_Protoceratops_ skulls; however, I believe that ALL the eggs that were
attributed to _Protoceratops_ have now been re-identified as Oviraptorid.
The eggs in question are somewhat elongated, about 7- 9 inches (17- 20 cm) long,
and no more than 2.5 inches (7 cm).
David Krentz wrote:
6:02 PM I'm most definitely not an expert, but the
American Museum of Natural History has a series of _Protoceratops_
skulls that trace growth from infancy to adulthood, and I believe they also
have some eggs that are definitely from _Protoceratops_. I know for
sure about the skulls, but I'm not entirely sure about the eggs.-Chris Srnka
I need answers, and fast..
Have all eggs that were
attributed to Protoceratops and Breviceratops now