A unique dinosaur embryo was found in Ganzhou, China, which has been preserved in excellent condition.
According to the University of Birmingham, according to preliminary estimates, it is more than 66 million years.
The embryo was named Baby Yingliang. The egg was supposed to hatch a toothless theropod dinosaur or oviraptorosaurus.
The unhatched dinosaur was 27 cm long. The embryo was sent to the Yingliang Natural History Museum.