Hungarian scientists prepare 3D dino map
Paleontologists at the Hungarian Academy of Sciences have started creating a three dimensional map of dinosaur fossils based on the Hungarian archeology site at Iharkút, lead researcher Attila Ősi informed Hungarian news agency MTI yesterday.
The dinosaur specialized group is trying to figure out why there was such a high concentration of 85-million-year-old fossils in a relatively small area, Ősi added. The exlporation site in Iharkút was discovered in 2000, and it is known as the only dinosaur site of Hungary. In the past 14 years more than 10,000 bone relics have been uncovered at the site. Iharkút is the only site in Europe where two armored dinosaur species are believed to have lived side by side.
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