Antarctica's 'deflated football' fossil is world's second-biggest egg
Antarctica's 'deflated football' fossil is world's second-biggest egg

WASHINGTON (REUTERS) - A mysterious 68-million-year-old fossil found on Seymour Island off Antarctica's coast that looked like a deflated football has turned out to be a unique find - the second-largest egg on record and one that may have belonged to a huge marine reptile that lived alongside the dinosaurs.. Read more at straitstimes.com.


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