But I believed Dinosaurs were extinct?
AnIndian electrical expert has actually obviously found the remains of a unusual animal that looks like a Dinosaur.
Imagesof the secret animal rapidly spread out on YouTube and Twitter, which ultimately led to thousands of Internet users creating thousands of hypotheses to describe how something like this is possible.
As things appear now, the electrical expert might have discovered the initial partly maintained dinosaur.
If you look carefully at the YouTube video you will observe that the body, which not just has bones however likewise tissues, appears like a little dinosaur.
But dinosaurs went extinct 65 million years ago …?
“A dinosaur skeleton cannot be in such a good state of conservation after millions of years without fossilization. The only remotely possible way is that it has been chemically preserved for a museum. But if that is the case, how did it end up where it was found here?” marvels Aaryan Kumar, aPh D. trainee in Paleontology from Delhi University.
The declared Dinosaur remains were discovered in Jaspur, a town in Uttarakhand,India The remains of the secret animal were right away sent out to a laboratory for carbon dating in order to figure out its age.
Accordingto reports, the dinosaur was discovered by an electrical expert called Javad who was operating in an old electrical substation that had actually been closed for 35 years when he encountered the remains of the dinosaurs.
While searching through the trash, he found the unusual remains.
“I was stunned when I saw the skeleton. I’ve never seen anything like this before. I called some people to see if they knew what I had found, but everyone was equally surprised. We called the police,” he informed media.
Accordingto the authorities, the expected dinosaur was 28 centimeters long. The animals head was 9 centimeters long and its neck was 5 cm long.
“In 39 years of service I have seen many dead animals but I never found anything like this,” stated forest guard Anil Chauhan.
If it is a genuine Dinosaur, then it more than likely is a Theropod.
Accordingto Aaryan Kumar, a paleontology trainee at Delhi University, the animal found in Jaspur looks like a theropod, a dinosaur suborder identified by hollow bones and three-toed limbs.
“Non-avian dinosaurs have been extinct for the past 65 million years but it does resemble theropods, a suborder of dinosaurs which included bipedal carnivores,” discussesDr Parag Madhukar Dhakate, a Conservator with the Indian Forest Service.
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