A huge fossilised nesting area in the Spanish Pyrenees, once a prehistoric beach, is thought to contain around a third of a million dinosaur eggs. Scientists studying this area have suggested a number of key facts about the dinosaur breeding and life-style, such as territorial behaviour and the using of same nesting sites year after year.
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