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dioosaur eggs | Dinosaur Eggs Found With Embryos Still Inside

Fossilized dinosaur eggs with the embryos still preserved. Discovered in China’s Yunnan province by paleontologists from the University of Toronto. The eggs belong to the Late Jurassic, a geologic.

Segnosaur Dinosaur Egg Fossilized Crystallized Fossil Jurassic Cretaceous 6.14lb

Segnosaur Dinosaur Egg Fossilized Crystallized Fossil Jurassic Cretaceous 6.14lb

Dinosaur Egg Fossils

dinosaur eggs come in two shapes: spherical and long ovals. One for plant eaters, one for meat eaters.

A 75 million years old dinosaur eggs hunt. A team from Alberta's Royal Tyrrell Museum is excavating an area just southeast of Lethbridge, Alta. that may shed light on the early dinosaurs.

75 million year dinosaur egg hunt

A 75 million years old dinosaur eggs hunt. A team from Alberta's Royal Tyrrell Museum is excavating an area just southeast of Lethbridge, Alta. that may shed light on the early dinosaurs.

The 110 million-year-old fossil of a nodosaur preserves the animal’s armor, skin, and what may have been its final meal.

A 110 million-year-old fossil of an armored, plant-eating dinosaur called a nodosaur is the best-preserved specimen of its kind.

Blue Babe, a 36,000 yr-old mummified steppe bison found on the Dalton Hwy, frozen in solid soil and uncovered by gold miners in 1979. There are claw & tooth marks in the mummy that have allowed scientists to finger the killer: an American lion. Northern Exposure: U of Alaska's Museum of the North, Fairbanks | Handpicked by Ron & Chris

Blue Babe, a yr-old mummified steppe bison found on the Dalton Hwy, frozen in solid soil & uncovered by gold miners in There are claw & tooth marks in the mummy that have allowed scientists to finger the killer: an American lion.

Pentaceratops.

A reconstruction of an early giant among horned dinosaurs still carries the label Pentaceratops among the fossils in the Sam Noble Museum of Natural History in Norman, Okla., but may deserve to be considered a new species, Titanoceratops.

Aepyornis Maximus (extinct Elephant Bird) egg.  I had one of these once.  I had acquired it through my mineral and fossil business.  I so wish I hadn't sold it.  Some guy in Canada is a happy fellow!!

I had acquired it through my mineral and fossil business. Some guy in Canada is a happy fellow!

Over the years the kids have found a lot of fossils. I should find a nice way to display them.

Fossils - ammonites, trilobites, brachiopods, oh my!

Flint handaxe containing a fossil seashell, circa 300,000 years old. The fossil is far older than the actually tool, or even the flint, for that matter. What is clear is that the toolmaker made a conscious decision to create his tool around this central ornament for whatever aesthetic or religious reasons. (Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, Cambridge) Image by Irisharchaeology.ie via The Celtic  Prehistoric Museum

A Palaeolithic tool (from the Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, Cambridge) carefully sculpted around a seashell fossil embedded in the rock. Was the prehistoric took maker thinking about aesthetics and beauty?

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A quarter of a billion years ago (The Permian Period) before dinosaurs or mammals evolved, the predator Dinogorgon, whose skull is shown here, hunted floodplains in the heart of today's South Africa.

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