How is that possible? Isn’t it the first question that will strike any of us when we learn that dinosaur eggs with more than 130 million years were found in perfectly preserved condition at a construction site in China.
Workers at Ganzhou’s Dayu County on December 25, discovered around 30 fossilized eggs lying preserved in a nest in perfect condition at a construction site.
This has given rise to the long existing question that if at all dinosaurs roamed around the parts of Asia.
Dayu County is known as the hometown to dinosaurs where the workers were breaking the ground with explosives and a number of black debris of about 2 mm thickness were discovered. Between the oval rocks.
Immediately after the discovery work at the site were held and the police and other authorities were alerted. The police had sealed the property and the debris.
Experts suggest that these eggs were from Cretaceous period which is by far the last times when these mighty creatures are thought to have existed. The eggs are kept at the museum for further studies.
Dinosaurs are estimated to have lived between 230 and 65 million years ago, at a time known as the Mesozoic Era. This was many millions of years before the first modern humans, Homo sapiens, appeared.
A lot of excitement has risen in recent times with film adaptations of dinosaurs starting with Steven Spielberg’s, ‘Jurassic Park’ that was followed by sequels. The latest dinosaur flick, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom” is slated to release in January 2018.