Over 100 Fossilized Dinosaur Eggs Found in India

Three Indian explorers discovered more than a 100 fossilized dinosaur eggs laid by sauropod dinosaurs near the city of Indore.

From National Geographic News:
These particular sauropod eggs were found in clusters of six to eight, one of the discoverers told the Hindustan Times. The eggs were laid during the Cretaceous period, roughly 146 to 66 million years ago, by dinosaurs between 40 and 90 feet (12 and 27 meters) long, he added.

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I have egg just like these found in india. Mine was found in Montana, in the Fort peck area. Who would I talk to to get this figured out on what it is. It is missing a small chip about the size of a quarter. The chip proves that there is a outer layer, and a solid colored inside.
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