Cretaceous Period: Eggs and Hadrosaur Bone A A

These are different fossilized dinosaur eggs that have been found. Through the X-Rays you can still see fossilized embryos inside the eggs.

These are fossilized Hadrosaur bone that has teeth marks in them from a Pterodactyl.

Posted March 26, 2015
Categories: Current Exhibits, Exhibits
Tags: Cretaceous, Dinosaur, Eggs, Embryo, Hadrosaur, Period, Pterodactyl, X-ray

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