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Dozens Of Dinosaur Eggs Unearthed By Chinese Road Workers - Paleontology, Geology

Dozens Of Dinosaur Eggs Unearthed By Chinese Road Workers

Dozens Of Dinosaur Eggs Unearthed By Chinese Road Workers - Paleontology, Geology

Chinese road workers unearth nest of FORTY-THREE fossilised dinosaur eggs | Geology IN

Chinese road workers unearth nest of FORTY-THREE fossilised dinosaur eggs | Geology IN

Chinese road workers unearth nest of FORTY-THREE fossilised dinosaur eggs | Geology IN

Chinese road workers unearth nest of FORTY-THREE fossilised dinosaur eggs | Geology IN

Egg-straordinary find: Workers point to the dinosaur eggs that were discovered as they were fitting a new sewage pipe in Heyuan, south-eas...

Egg-straordinary find: Workers point to the dinosaur eggs that were discovered as they were fitting a new sewage pipe in Heyuan, south-eas...

The Accidental Mummy: the discovery of an impeccably preserved woman from the Ming Dynasty. The woman was found lying in a brown liquid

The Accidental Mummy: the discovery of an impeccably preserved woman from the Ming Dynasty. The woman was found lying in a brown liquid

Road Workers Found This Mysterious Box Underground. They Decided To Look Inside And... WHOA!  Not quite sure how they did not know that this could be some type of burial vault!

Road Workers Find Eerie Coffin With 700 Year-Old Mummy Inside

Road Workers Found This Mysterious Box Underground. They Decided To Look Inside And... WHOA! Not quite sure how they did not know that this could be some type of burial vault!

Dinosaur Eggs Found.  Nineteen of the fossilized dinosaur eggs were found intact during road works in southern China. Photo: SCMP Pictures

Dinosaur Eggs Found. Nineteen of the fossilized dinosaur eggs were found intact during road works in southern China. Photo: SCMP Pictures

A 1,700-year-old cemetery was discovered in the Chinese city of Kucha, which once formed part of the Silk Road trade routes that connected China to the Roman Empire.

In Photos: Ancient Silk Road Cemetery Contains Carvings of Mythical Creatures

A 1,700-year-old cemetery was discovered in the Chinese city of Kucha, which once formed part of the Silk Road trade routes that connected China to the Roman Empire.

Prehistoric civilization found along Silk Road Posted by TANN Archaeologists have unearthed relics that suggest prehistoric humans lived along the Silk Road long before it was created about 2,000 years ago as a pivotal Eurasian trade network. The ruins of a Han Dynasty (202 BC - 220 AD) Chinese watchtower made of rammed earth at Dunhuang, Gansu province, the eastern edge of the Silk Road [Credit: WikiCommons]

Prehistoric civilization found along Silk Road Posted by TANN Archaeologists have unearthed relics that suggest prehistoric humans lived along the Silk Road long before it was created about 2,000 years ago as a pivotal Eurasian trade network. The ruins of a Han Dynasty (202 BC - 220 AD) Chinese watchtower made of rammed earth at Dunhuang, Gansu province, the eastern edge of the Silk Road [Credit: WikiCommons]

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