Dinosaur fossil eggs have been discovered in Spain. Hundreds of these eggs have uncovered, and have researches very interested, The Christian Post reported on Mar. 17.
The dinosaur fossil eggs were reportedly discovered at the Coll de Nargó site in the Spanish province of Lleida, and their location, which were all very close together, is creating a buzz among researchers.
"Eggshells, eggs and nests were found in abundance and they all belong to dinosaurs, sauropods in particular," study leader, Albert García Sellés told Spanish news agency SINC. "We had never found so many nests in the one area before,” he added.
"Up until now, only one type of dinosaur egg had been documented in the region: Megaloolithus siruguei," Sellés said, and revealed that his team found evidence of at least four other species: Cairanoolithus roussetensis, Megaloolithus aureliensis, Megaloolithus siruguei and Megaloolithus baghensis.
This new find has researchers working on a new theory. Perhaps, various types of dinosaurs shared the same nesting areas.
Some of the dinosaur fossil eggs were said to be about as big as a basketball, while others were smaller. The eggs site is estimated to be over 67 million years old.
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