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The bones and eggs of a new 70-million-year-old dinosaur that resembled a flightless bird have been found in Patagonia, scientists say.
Palaeontologists said they expected the eggs, which were fertilised and well-developed, to help explain how birds evolved from dinosaurs.
Some of the eggs were probably still inside the mother dinosaur when she died - other eggs were nearby.
The new species, B…
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