Research shows one dinosaur sat on eggs to hatch them

04/21/2013 | LiveScience.com

Troodon dinosaurs apparently sat on their eggs, much like birds, to hatch them. Researchers at the University of Calgary in Canada and Montana State University studied eggs from the small, meat-eating dinosaur that lived 75 million years ago and found their structure to be much like bird eggs. The dinosaur eggs had fewer pores than the eggs of crocodiles and other animals that bury their eggs.

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