180-million-year-old nearly intact dinosaur fossil unearthed in China

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  • South China Morning Post published this video item, entitled “180-million-year-old nearly intact dinosaur fossil unearthed in China” – below is their description.

    A dinosaur fossil found in China’s southwest Yunnan Province in late May 2021, is said to be about 180 millions years old. The rare skeleton found in Lufeng county is reportedly 70 per cent complete. According to Lufeng city’s Dinosaur Fossil Conservation and Research Centre, it belonged to a Lufengosaurus, a dinosaur that lived in southwestern China in the early Jurassic period.

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