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Fossilized Dinosaur Eggs Found In China


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BEIJING – According to reports Tuesday, forty-three fossilised dinosaur eggs have been found in southern China.

The rare find was discovered while a road was being upgraded, state media reported.

The fossils were discovered in Heyuan in Guangdong province, the website People Daily Online reported.

http://www.dbtechno.com/science/2015/04/21/fossilized-dinosaur-eggs-china-43-fossilised-dinosaur-eggs-found/

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Think of regular chicken eggs now. Then think in a million years those same eggs fossilized will be priceless. I got me a shovel and some eggs and time machine right here. See you in my huge mansion/yacht/moon palace, in 1 million years!

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That woulda made a pretty big omelette! Im hungry.... :wacko:

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BEIJING – According to reports Tuesday, forty-three fossilised dinosaur eggs have been found in southern China.

That's awesome! Good stuff. Thanks for this bubblykiss! :tu:

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Cool, now I know for sure that one of my rocks is a fossilized egg, :clap: I thought I had a picture of it on my computer, but I can't find. Lost among the endless files of pictures. I'll take another one and post it soon.

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Jurassic Park here we come! Hope they aren't Raptor eggs. :unsure2:

Fixed typo.

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China is saturating the market.

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Those were some horny, dead beat dinosaur parents.

"Honey, how are the kids doing?"

"Oh theyre fine. Theyre eggs. Wanna go fertilize some more eggs?"

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That's an awesome find.

Wouldn't it be great if science guys and gals could extract DNA and clone them?

Awesome? Yes. Terrifying? Yeah, probably but i'd love to see it!

i think i'll write a movie script about this very subject.

i'll call it Jurassic... something... it's a work in progress.

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By definition, fossils no longer contain organic matter. They are, essentially, copies of the original made out of rock. So, no omelets, no DNA. Doesn't make it any less of an amazing find, just in different terms.

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It's a fabolous fact that after certain time, organic matter like eggs turns into stone. I still think that it's possible to find some DNA in the egg. Given to right team of scientists, we would witness a true miracle of our time! - Jacker :)

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I'm surprised they haven't been ground up and sold as an aphrodisiac or something already.

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