Perfect Dinosaur Fossils Could Be The Most Comprehensive

Thursday, October 13, 2011

Dinosaur fossils are not much more impressive than this. When 98 percent of its skeleton preserved, this young theropod predators in southern Germany might be the most complete dinosaur ever found. Oliver Rauhut, curator of the Paleontology and Geology Bavarian Collection in Monaco of Bavaria, announced last Find.

Although the bird and dinosaur fossils from China is famous for its delicate details like feathers, do not meet this 72 cm long theropod clarity and completeness of the store.

The young dinosaur has been dated to 135 million years, put it in the early Cretaceous, but has not been formally named and described. He presented to the public in Munich mineral show, which begins October 27.

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