Friday, April 19

Science

Early Dinosaurs Were Social and Lived in Crowds – May
Science

Early Dinosaurs Were Social and Lived in Crowds – May

In the mid 2000s, a worldwide group of researchers found a 190-million-year-old dinosaur settling ground, which likewise contained adolescent skeletons having a place with Mussaurus patagonicus, a crude, herbivorous sauropodomorph dinosaur (harbinger of the enormous, long-necked dinosaurs) in Patagonia (Argentina). "Such a saved site will undoubtedly furnish us with a ton of data about how early dinosaurs lived," made sense of Diego Pol, the scientist at CONICET and who found the site. One of the components that could reveal insight into how early dinosaurs lived was the eggs found on the site and Pol wanted to find out whether they were laid by Mussaurus or not. "It is elusive fossil eggs, and, surprisingly, more to track down fossil eggs with undeveloped organisms inside, as you want...