How does a one-tonne dino hatch its eggs? Carefully

Imagine a giant, bird-like dinosaur that was so heavy, it weighed as much as a modern-day rhinoceros. Given its heft, how did this bulky, feathered beast sit on its eggs without crushing them to smithereens?

Dinosaur parenting: How the 'chickens from hell' nested

Dinosaurs may have used a unique nesting strategy to prevent their eggs from being crushed.

Tue 15 May 18 from BBC News

How Giant Dinosaurs Sat on Their Eggs Without Crushing Them

Fossil nests from oviraptorosaurs show the special strategy these birdlike dinosaurs used to keep their young safe.

Wed 16 May 18 from National Geographic

How 3,000-pound dinosaurs sat on eggs but didn't crush them

Imagine a giant, bird-like dinosaur that was so heavy, it weighed as much as a modern-day rhinoceros. Given its heft, how did this bulky, feathered beast sit on its eggs without crushing them ...

Wed 16 May 18 from FOXNews

How 3,000-Pound Dinosaurs Sat on Eggs, But Didn't Crush Them, Tue 15 May 18 from Livescience

How giant 3,000lb dinosaurs sat on their eggs without crushing them

The finding was made after clutches of fossilised potato-shaped eggs, up to 20 inches (0.5 metres) long and weighing up to 15 pounds (seven kilos) each, were found in China.

Wed 16 May 18 from Daily Mail

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