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Re: Meter-wide "dinosaur" eggs reportedly found in Chechnya
Mike Keesey <email@example.com> wrote:
>> Whats the largest dino-egg ever found? I just +had+ to ask!
> I could be wrong, but I think it's Aepyornis (circumference over a
> meter). Hypselosaurus is pretty close, though.
It's been suggested (by Buffetaut & LeLoeuff, 1998) that very large
fossilized eggs from the Late Cretaceous of France might not belong to
sauropods such as _Hypselosaurus_, but to giant flightless birds like
Whether sauropod or bird... still a "dino-egg", though. :-)