Scientists Discover Dinosaur Embryo in Fossil Egg

Scientists in Ganzhou, China, have discovered a 66-million-year-old dinosaur embryo that was preparing to hatch from its egg. It belonged to a toothless theropod dinosaur known as the oviraptorosaur, and researchers have named it “Baby Yingliang.” According to PHYS, Baby Yingliang’s head was found laying below its body, with its feet on both sides and…

Got Spider Milk?

Greetings Folks, I’ve recently decided to start paying more attention to the Animal Kingdom. Random, I know. But since nature and everything in it is becoming obsolete, appreciating the Creator’s work is only right. So I’d like to share some very interesting information on a spider called Toxeus Magnus. The Toxeus Magnus is native to…