43 fossilized dinosaur eggs found in busy city center

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HEYUAN, China — Construction workers found dinosaur eggs under a city street in China Sunday.

A total of 43 eggs were found and 19 of them were fully intact.

The largest measured as much as 5 inches in diameter.

The discovery was made in Heyuan, which is known for these finds.

The city has earned the nickname “Home of Dinosaurs.”

The Heyuan Museum said this is the first time the fossils have been found in the busy city center.

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