Published April 10, 2012
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Tags: bird, blogs, cretaceous, dinosaur, Easter, eggs, Fossil, hen, paleontology, popular, pyrenees, Sankofa pyrenaica, science, SciTechDaily, Spain, technology, transition
High in the Pyrenean mountains of Spain, paleontologists found hen-shaped dinosaur eggs sticking out of ancient sandstone. The eggs, that date back to 70 million years, were laid by a yet unknown dinosaur, which paleontologists speculate was a small meat-eater. They think that it stood on the blurry divide between birds and dinosaurs.
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This just can’t get any better: mash up robots with dinosaurs and LEGO bricks and you’ve got Robo-Rex. Could we want more?
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