Students have stumbled upon 66 million year old DINOSAUR eggs preserved in thick red clay in southern China.
The six giant fossilized eggs were found by four sharp students who walked through a dense vegetation
The six gigantic fossilized eggs were found by four sharp students, over
The fossilized dinosaur eggs were upgraded in Jiangxi Province
Video footage provided by Newsflare shows the link of clay-encrusted eggs in Pingxiang City in Jiangxi Province.
College students said they discovered the “strange stones” and wondered if they could be dinosaur eggs.
Then they decided to take them to the local museum, for further investigation.
Having been checked by experts, the so-called stones were confirmed as fossil egg phosphors, which date back to the late war (145.5 million years ago – 66 million years ago).
Since the petrified remains were removed from the ground a week ago, they have now received Pingxiang Museum for safe storage and further research.
The impressive find comes seven months after a construction crew stumbled upon a fossilized nest containing more than a dozen eggs.
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South China Morning Post reported in October that the giant eggs were found in a place in Yiwu , the eastern province of Zhejiang – an area known for dinosaurs.
Referring to local officials, since dinosaur eggs were first discovered in Yiwu in 1993, scientists have become more than 100 in the area – along with the reptile footprints.
College students had been out for a walk through the countryside last week
The students said they discovered the “weird stones” and wondering if they were dinosaur eggs
The huge dinosaur eggs were removed from the ground a week ago
Experts have confirmed that the fossils are eggs that date back to the late wartime