Dinosaur Egg Hunt

Although dinosaur eggs were first identified in the 1920s, their scientific significance was not fully appreciated until the end of the 20th century. Today, dinosaur eggs are recognised for their enormous scientific value–for offering fascinating details and fresh insights into the behaviour, growth, and evolution of dinosaurs.
The hunt for dinosaur eggs, nests, and young has intensified in recent years as modern palaeontologists pursue these fossil treasures with new enthusiasm and purpose. How do they know a dinosaur egg when they find it? And where do they look?