Depuis sa découverte en 2011, le mystère plane sur les origines d’un œuf à coquille molle de 18 cm sur 28 cm trouvé en Antarctique. Quel animal a pu pondre un tel œuf – le deuxième plus grand jamais découvert ? Finalement, les chercheurs ont une réponse.

Lire plus : https://www.sciencesetavenir.fr/archeo-paleo/paleontologie/oeuf-mosasaure_145214

A giant soft-shelled egg found in Antarctica has puzzled scientists since 2011. Now, a researcher may have solved the mystery of the object known as ‘the Thing’

Read more: https://news.utexas.edu/2020/06/17/egg-from-antarctica-is-big-and-might-belong-to-an-extinct-sea-lizard/

Image: An artist’s interpretation of a baby mosasaur emerging from an egg. Credit: John Maisano/Jackson School of Geosciences.

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