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From the CBC’s Quirks & Quarks web site:
Finding a dinosaur is hardly a news event these days, and neither is finding a dinosaur egg. But finding an egg inside a dinosaur is something new. That’s what a team, including Dr. Darla Zelenitsky from the University of Calgary, have just described. In fact, they found two eggs in the pelvis of a female dinosaur. This extends our knowledge of dinosaur reproductive biology, and also their relationship to birds.Read the University of Calgary Press Release HERE
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