Researchers find two new Dino nesting sites in MP
A group of researchers have claimed to have found two new Dinosaur ‘nesting sites’ in Dhar district in Madhya Pradesh. “We have found two new nesting sites of dinosaurs in Dhar district, about 125 km away from Indore. The nests formed by the dinosaurs at these places got buried under rocks during the geographical turbulence that happened about 6.5 crore years ago,” Mangal Panchayatan Parishad head and geologist Vishal Verma said on Friday The nesting sites in Baag area of Dhar district are at a distance of about 8 kms from each other. At each of these places, there could be at least 15 fossils of dinosaur eggs.
According to researchers, the uncommon fossilised dinosaur eggs mendacity at these locations are about 6.5 crore years previous.
“We have found two new nesting sites of dinosaurs in Dhar district, about one hundred twenty five kms away from Indore. The nests shaped by the dinosaurs at these locations received buried underneath rocks in the course of the geographical turbulence that occurred about 6.5 crore years in the past,” ‘Mangal Panchayatan Parishad’ head and geologist Vishal Verma informed PTI.
The nesting sites in Baag space of Dhar district are at a distance of about 8 kms from one another. At every of these locations, there could possibly be no less than 15 fossils of dinosaur eggs. The analysis is on at each the locations to determine the precise quantity of such fossils, he stated.
“A detailed research at these locations might additionally present details about the tactic of laying of eggs by dinosaurs. This might additionally throw mild on whether or not the dinosaurs used the identical place repeatedly to put eggs,” he stated.