London: A dinosaur fossil has been discovered in China in which dinosaurs were preparing to emerge.
According to foreign media, scientists have discovered a dinosaur embryo in the Chinese city of Ganzhou from which the dinosaur was trying to hatch like a chicken.
Researchers say that the embryos discovered are approximately 66 million years old.
That it is a toothless theropod or overaceptor. Her name is Baby Yingliang.
Yingliang is 10.6 inches long from head to tail and is contained inside a 6.7-inch-long egg.
Ovariptarsars were actually winged dinosaurs that were found in present-day Asia and the continent of North America between the late Cretaceous, 100 million years ago and 66 million years ago.
This discovery has provided researchers with more information about the relationship between dinosaurs and today’s birds.
The embryo in the fossil form is curved, which is called ‘tucking’. This is seen in birds just before hatching.