Dinosaur Nesting Site Uncovered

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In the heart of South Africa’s breathtaking Golden Gate Highlands  National Park lies a hidden treasure!

This treasure rewinds the clock of time to a  staggering 190 million years ago.

Here, paleontologists have unearthed an extraordinary find – the oldest known nestling site for dinosaurs.

Imagine standing amidst the lush landscapes of the Golden Gate Highlands  National Park, surrounded by the awe-inspiring Drakensberg Mountains.

It’s here that ten nests, each cradling approximately 34 dinosaur eggs, were uncovered.

These eggs were the creation of a colossal 6-meter-long Massospondylus, a prehistoric giant that once roamed the Earth.

The time when these ancient nests were created predates even the existence of the Tyrannosaurus rex and the Velociraptors.

The discovery at Golden Gate Highlands National Park isn’t just a thrilling revelation

It’s a testament to the importance of preserving our planet’s history.

The diligent work of paleontologists and the commitment to creating a  Dino Centre will ensure that future generations can connect with the  awe-inspiring world of dinosaurs.

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