Ancient dinosaur fossil discovered in China

In China, there has been found an ancient dinosaur egg with a bird-like dinosaur embryo in a very good condition, British public broadcaster BBC reports.
The dinosaur embryo is believed to be a toothless theropod dinosaur, or oviraptorosaur, and has been named Baby Yingliang. Discovered in Ganzhou in southern China, it measures 27cm long from head to tail, and rests inside an egg at the Yingliang Stone Nature History Museum in China.
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The egg was first found in the year 2000, but put into storage for ten years. It was only, when construction work began on the museum and old fossils were being sorted through that researchers turned their attention to the egg, which they expected to have an embryo inside.
Researchers estimate it is at least 66 million years old. A part of the dinosaur’s body is still covered by rock and researchers will use advanced scanning techniques to create an image of its full skeleton, BBC wrote.