Dino fossils found on T’ganu mountain

  • Nation
  • Monday, 17 Nov 2014

KUALA TERENGGANU: Scientists and geologists who trekked a moun­tain in upper Terengganu have discovered what they believe to be fossils of three different types of dinosaurs that may have lived in the area 66 million years ago or earlier.

The fossils are said to be unrelated to those found earlier in Pa­­hang by a Universiti Malaya re­­search team, including an an­­nounce­­ment last Thursday that they had discovered a fossil tooth of what is believed to be a herbivorous dinosaur in a sedimentary rock formation.

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