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WASHINGTON -- In this photograph provided by Science magazine, the
embryonic skeleton of the prosauropod dinasaur Massospondylus can be
seen inside the egg, one of several found by researchers in Golden
Gates Highlands National Park in Souith Africa. The embyos are the
oldest dinosaur embryos ever found. The 16-foot-long Massospondylus
were plant eaters in the Jurassic period, 190 million years ago.
(07/29/05 AP photo)