Dinosaur Fossil Eggs
kungurcave.com -Dinosaur Fossil Eggs Buried so far back in time, there's still a lot we don't know about dinosaur eggs, but we nevertheless have learned a fair amount from the fossil record. The fossil record does show, for instance, that dinosaur eggs were laid in large batches, or 'clutches', likely because so few hatchlings survived the jaws of a predator.
1. Dinosaur Egg
Cracking Dinosaur Fossil Eggs . Luca has two dinosaur fossil eggs, this time he cracks them with a hammer. It's fun for boys to use hammer, he does some more practice cracking some cement.
Dinosaur egg. In 1859, the first scientifically documented dinosaur egg fossils were discovered in France by Jean-Jacques Poech, although they were mistaken for giant bird eggs. The first scientifically recognized dinosaur egg fossils were discovered in 1923 by an American Museum of Natural History crew in Mongolia.
Authentic high quality dinosaur eggs. Many types of dinosaur eggs have been found, with shells that look very different from each other and also in many shapes. Some of the eggs were huge - almost as large as footballs. Others, perfectly round, such as the eggs from Titanosauridae, were the size of a bowling ball.