Mystery of Antarctica’s “The Thing” solved

Published: June 19, 2020

Scientists have finally resolved the mystery behind “The Thing” that was found by the Chilean scientists in Antarctica’s Seymour Island. It is found to be a 66-million year old egg belonging to an extinct giant sea lizard or snake that lived along with the dinosaurs. The egg measures 29 cm by 20 cm, making it the second largest egg in the world. The first position is held by Madagascar’s extinct flightless elephant birds.

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