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Baby dinosaurs likely twitched inside their eggs to exercise developing muscles and spur bone development, according to a new study of the oldest embryonic dinosaur remains ever discovered.
With a few rare exceptions, almost all known dinosaur embryos are from the Cretaceous period, which ended 65 million years ago. But scientists recently discovered hundreds of fossilized dinosaur embryo bones in China's Lufeng County (map) that date to the lower Jurassic period and are between 190 and 197 million years old.
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