Mesozoic Fossil Of Chaohusaurus Discovered; Reveals Live Birth – The Almagest

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Zennie Abraham / Zennie62
The Almagest
A new discovery of 248 million-year-old fossil in china suggests the earliest live birth from Mesozoic marine reptile. The skeleton of Chaohusaurus is assumed to have died in labor. Published in the PLOS ONE journal, the finding says the newly found fossil
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