Know About Egg-cellent Discovery: Indian Paleontologists Unearth A group of Paleontologists from India has closely examined 256 preserved dinosaur eggs 

The first clutches of the eggs were discovered in 2012 and were spread throughout 92 titanosaur nesting locations in India’s Narmada Valley 

Insights regarding the types of preserved eggs discovered in these nests as well as deductions about the dinosaurs 

The Lameta Formation, which is found in the Narmada Valley of central India is one of the newly found dinosaur nesting sites. 

The dinosaur eggs discovered at the locations range in diameter from 15 to 17 cm (6-7 inches). They were laid during the Cretaceous age by titanosaur sauropods. 

The eggs come from six different egg species, including Fusioolithus mohabeyi, Fusioolithus,Megaloolithus dhoridungriensis, Fusioolithus baghensis, Megaloolithus cylindricus 

Megaloolithus jabalpurensis, & padiyalensis, which are all members of two egg families, Fusioolithidae & Megaloolithidae 

The paleontologists deduced that these dinosaurs hid their eggs in shallow holes like contemporary crocodiles based on the arrangement of the nests. 

The study’s lead author, Harsha Dhiman, stated in a PLoS press release that it “offers fresh perspectives into the parameters of nest survival