How 3,000-Pound Dinosaurs Sat on Eggs But Didn't Crush Them

How 3,000-Pound Dinosaurs Sat on Eggs But Didn't Crush Them

Smaller oviraptorosaurs either had no doughnut hole or a small one where they could sit with their eggs around them, while larger oviraptorosaurs created nests with big holes in the center where the dinosaurs could plop down without squashing the eggs located in a circle around them.

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