Sauropod Eggs

Most fossilized eggs from South America, Europe, and India have been attributed to large, long-necked herbivorous dinosaurs known as sauropods. Although varying in size and shell thickness, sauropod eggs are spherical and have a shell structure that distinguishes them from other dinosaur eggs. Embryos have been found inside the eggs of one type of sauropod called a titanosaur. Fossil evidence suggests that herds of some titanosaurs returned to the same nesting site year after year.