Dinosaur fossils found in Argentina from 110 million years ago
Paleontologists found a dinosaur skeletons 110 million years ago on a excavations in Argentina.
In the central part of the country, the fossils found in excavations by Spanish and Argentinean scientists were belonging to three different dinosaurs, and Diplodocus, Brontosaurus and Lavocatisaurus were the herculated feeding of these animals. Researchers said that the Lavocatisaurus genus is a new breed in literature.
The research assistant at the Egidio Feruglio Museum and a member of the Argentine National Science Research Commission, Jose Luis Carballido, said that “The bones we found belong to the skull, hose, jaw and teeth of the animals. There are also some bones belonging to the eye sockets. We were able to assemble all the pieces and create an entire skeleton, “he said.
Luis Carballido also added that they found fragments of neck, back and tail bones, and we discovered new species in a place we didn’t expect to bump into fossils. We also have all the pieces to form a skull. “.
The new findings announced on Friday by La Matanza National University in Argentina were reported to belong to two baby dinosaurs, 6-7 meters long, with a 12-metre mature dinosaur.
The researchers also said that the region where the fossils were located was a desert at that age, and that the dinosaurs ‘ bones were not very common.