Dinosaur Love Nest Discovered Near Montrose
Posted by <> on 1/11/2016 9:21:00 AM.
A professor at the University of Colorado Denver says he's discovered fossils that are being called "love nests." Dr. Martin Lockley says scratches he's found in Colorado rocks look like a ritual modern male birds take part in. This pattern of scraping mirrors what some birds do today when selecting a mate. Dr. Lockley says most paleontologists agree that carnivorous dinosaurs are the ancestors of modern day birds.

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