embryonic

A tiny (20cm-long) skeleton of an about-to-hatch dinosaur embryo contained in Massospondylus eggs found in South Africa in 1976. A recent study of the fossilized dinosaur eggs reveals the embryos are the oldest ever found of any land-dwelling vertebrate.

Source: BBC News

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