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+ - Fossil 'suggests plesiosaurs did not lay eggs'->

Submitted by thebchuckster
thebchuckster (2344102) writes "Scientists say they have found the first evidence that giant sea reptiles — which lived at the same time as dinosaurs — gave birth to live young rather than laying eggs.

They say a 78 million-year-old fossil of a pregnant plesiosaur suggests they gave birth to single, large young."

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Fossil 'suggests plesiosaurs did not lay eggs'

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