Huge dinosaur discovery in China: state media

December 30th, 2008 in Other Sciences / Archaeology & Fossils
A Museum worker cleans fossils in Hohhot
A Museum worker cleans fossils in Hohhot. Paleontologists in east China have dug up what they believe is one of the world's largest group of dinosaur fossils including the remains of an enormous "platypus"


A Museum worker cleans fossils in Hohhot. Paleontologists in east China have dug up what they believe is one of the world's largest group of dinosaur fossils including the remains of an enormous "platypus"

Paleontologists in east China have dug up what they believe is one of the world's largest group of fossilised dinosaur bones, including the remains of an enormous "platypus," state press said Tuesday.



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