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Dinosaur baby boom hit Cretaceous Korea


Dinosaur baby boom hit Cretaceous Korea
Research shows dinosaurs returned to sites each year to lay eggs

The well-preserved dinosaur eggs pictured in this series 4 were found in
what is believed to be a dinosaur "nursery" area in the Seonso Formation of
South Korea. 
Two inset images show close-ups of some of the eggs.

By Jennifer Viegas

updated 2:13 p.m. ET, Thurs., Dec. 18, 2008

Cretaceous-era Korea was the site of a dinosaur baby boom that resulted in
hundreds upon hundreds of dinos, ranging from giant plant eaters to
bird-like, ...

Based on the arrangements of dinosaur nests found there, it appears that the
animals lived in densely populated groups,...

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