Oviraptor Egg Shell

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Oviraptor Egg Shell

This Oviraptor Egg Shell is a remarkable piece of fossilised egg shell belonging to an Oviraptorosaur Dinosaur.

Oviraptorosaur directly translates to egg thief reptile, a name refering to the fact that the first discovered exmple (Oviraptor) was initially believed to be raiding a nest site. It was later discovered that the eggs actually belonged to the Oviraptor, showing that these animals were good parents.

These fascinating egg shells would be perfect for any dinosaur lover, as such eggs are inextricably linked to Oviraptor dinosaurs.

Age: 65 Million Years Old, Cretaceous

Location: Montana, USA