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Researchers Found Two New Nesting Sites of Dinosaurs in Madhya Pradesh

A group of researchers have found 6.5 crore years old fossilized dinosaur eggs in Dhar district of Madhya Pradesh.

The two sites are at a distance of about 8kms from each other. It is said that there are about 15-15 eggs in both of the sites respectively.

In 2007 the place drawn attention of the world, when 25 nests of dinosaurs belonging to the Jurassic period discovered.

It is said that the fossilized eggs of dinosaurs belongs to Sauropad family. The extinct animal is said to be 20 to 30 feet tall.

Recently, German scientists have found an unusual long trails of footprints of dinosaurs, which they think could be around 140 million years old, it measures four feet across and are about 40-45 centimeters into the ground which is suggesting that the dinosaur would have weighed between 25-30 tonnes.

This measurement suggests that the giant dinosaur must be Sauropod, or long necked dinosaur, researchers have discovered more than 90 footprints outside the German city of Hannover.

According to the researchers, the area had a tropical to subtropical climate, with plenty of islands, when the dinosaur roamed during that time.

In an another incident, Resembling right from a scene in “Jurassic Park”, 213 fossilized dinosaur eggs and one skeleton of the huge ancient creature were found hidden in a house in China’s Heyuan city that calls itself the “Home of Dinosaurs”.

The house was raided more than a week ago on July 29 and the seized the eggs were found to be too pristine belonging to the Cretaceous period.

The skeleton of dinosaur was identified as a Psittacosaurus, said Xinhua news agency quoting officials.

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