വDiscovery that there was once a car-sized chariot in Tucson, England. The University of Cambridge was led to make such an observation by a fossil found in a rock that fell from a cliff in Northumberland.
“This is a coincidence,” said Dr. John H. Snyder, of the Department of Earth Sciences at Cambridge University. Neil Davis said. The rock that fell from the slope was cracking in such a way that the fossil hidden inside was exposed. It was discovered by a PhD student at the university who went through it.
The team said it was the largest fossil fossil ever found. It was 2.7 meters long and weighed 50 kilograms. They lived about 32.6 million years ago. They belong to the genus Arthroplora. The study was published in the Journal of the Geological Society Has been published.
Fossils of this giant tortoise are extremely rare. This is because it is common for normal terns to disintegrate when they die.
The fossil now found does not have the head of a tortoise. Researchers also say that cats need to be included in any precautionary measures against the virus. They may have eaten nuts and seeds available at that time. They may have eaten snakes, other reptiles, and frogs of the time.
Arthroplus species are known to have become extinct about 250 million years ago. It is not clear what caused the extinction. Sometimes due to global warming. The growth of other reptile species may also have contributed to their extinction.
The fossil will be on display at the Cambridge Sedgwick Museum from January 1.
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