Forty-three huge dinosaur eggs were excavated in Guangdong Province on Monday afternoon. Nineteen of these eggs were preserved well, with diameters measuring from 10 to 13 centimeters. Local experts said the eggs are likely to be 65-million-years old. Video:
Construction workers in southern China's Guangdong Province made quite a discovery earlier this month.
The crew was working on a road in the city of Heyuan when they discovered 43 fossilized dinosaur eggs, including 19 that were fully intact. The largest was more than 7 inches in diameter.