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August 6 2013
Dinosaur eggs in Portugal were likely laid by a Torvosaurus, the largest predator of its day. The giant creatures lived during the Jurassic Era and were considered the equivalent of the T. rex in the Cretaceous.
Ancient dino eggs are a rare and delicate find, but paleontologists have sill unearthed some of the most primitive Torovosaurus embryos ever discovered.
The find was made by Vasco Ribeiro, a paleontologist with Portugalís Universidade Nova de Lisboa, reports The Huffington Post. He and several colleagues found the eggshells at two separate sites in the Lourinhã Formation.
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