‘Baby Louie’ dinosaur identified as a new species

Famous embryo fossil can add Beibeilong sinensis to its name

illustration of Beibeilong sinensis

WARMING UP  Nesting birdlike dinosaurs called Beibeilong sinensis incubated their eggs (illustrated). This new species was identified thanks to a recent examination of “Baby Louie,” a famous dinosaur embryo discovered in the 1990s.

Zhao Chuang

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