An artist rendition of the fetus of a duck-billed dinosaur found in eastern China. Photo: BMC Ecology and Evolution
An artist rendition of the fetus of a duck-billed dinosaur found in eastern China. Photo: BMC Ecology and Evolution

Extraordinarily preserved fossilised embryo from China offers clues to development of duck-billed dinosaurs

  • Embryos are rare finds in palaeontology, but this one is remarkably intact compared to other discoveries
  • The scientists have already found that the egg and embryo are smaller than other duck-billed dinosaurs

An artist rendition of the fetus of a duck-billed dinosaur found in eastern China. Photo: BMC Ecology and Evolution
An artist rendition of the fetus of a duck-billed dinosaur found in eastern China. Photo: BMC Ecology and Evolution
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