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Probable Titanosaur Eggs Discovered
The AP is reporting the find of fossil Titanosaur eggs in Patagonia.
For the complete article, see:
The paper will appear in Thursday's Nature. An excerpt:
> NEW YORK (AP) -- Scientists have found a vast dinosaur nesting
> site in Argentina that includes thousands of fossil eggs. Inside egg
> fragments, they found the first embryo remains from a major class of
> large dinosaurs, and first definite fossils of embryo skin from any
Luis Chiappe and Lowell Dingus describe the find. Another passage,
which seems to be screwed up on the Washington Post site, reads:
> The badlands site, which covers a square mile, is littered with
> dark-gray fossil fragments of round, rough-textured, six-inch eggs. `
>`You see eggshells everywhere,'' said Luis Chiappe of the American
> Museum of Natural History in New York.