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Default The Ultimate "Tastes Like Chicken" !

TRACES of protein have survived for more than 70 million years in
dinosaur eggs from Argentina. They bear strong similarities to
proteins from chicken eggs.

The Anacleto formation, in Auca Mahuevo in Patagonia, is famous for
its spectacular preservation. The eggs were laid by massive long-
necked plant-eaters called titanosaurs. Buried by floods, the eggs
fossilised unusually fast, preserving the soft tissues and tiny bones
within.


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nancree said...

TRACES of protein have survived for more than 70 million years in
dinosaur eggs from Argentina. They bear strong similarities to
proteins from chicken eggs.

The Anacleto formation, in Auca Mahuevo in Patagonia, is famous for
its spectacular preservation. The eggs were laid by massive long-
necked plant-eaters called titanosaurs. Buried by floods, the eggs
fossilised unusually fast, preserving the soft tissues and tiny bones
within.


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