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How did dinosaur eggs hatch without being crushed: Study
Beeps By www.gobeyondpink.com | Nov 30 -0001

Despite their size, dinosaurs laid eggs on their nests and had off springs without crushing them.  Experts have found that they may not have sat on the eggs directly. Instead, they arranged them in a circle in the nest leaving a gap at the center for the mother to sit. While it may not have kept the eggs warm but it guarded them from predators.

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