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Re: smallest dino eggs
On 9/30/05, Phil Bigelow <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> If we want to get pedantic about the whole issue, then the eggs of the
> living Bee Hummingbird (_Mellisuga helenae_) of Cuba may hold the
> all-time dino record in the teensee egg category. ;-)
> The adult bird itself weighs in at around 1.95 grams, so its diminutive
> eggs are probably a spectacle to behold.
Or a spectacle to squint at.
These new eggs do seem to be the record for Mesozoic archosauromorphs, though.
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