The Scientific Indian

Dinosaur eggs in Tamilnadu

Loads of them reports the Beebs. Quite a remarkable find and it seems already some information has been gleaned of their past.

“The leader of the team, MU Ramkumar, told the BBC the finding is significant and could help to unravel the mystery about the extinction of dinosaurs.

The important finding is that these eggs have been found in different layers that means the dinosaurs came to the place over and over year after year,” he said.

“The second important thing is that we have got volcanic ash deposits on the eggs which suggests that volcanic activity could have caused their extinction.

“The other thing we have found is that all these eggs are unhatched and infertile. So what made the eggs infertile? We need to carry out further studies to learn more from the findings.”

Would an enterprising film maker please make a South Indian version of The Flintstones…