The new ‘eternal sleeper’ dinosaur species was entangled while alive


About 125 million years ago, two Dinosaurs Probably dozens of people breathed their last breaths in an underground Buruja before it was likely buried alive by a volcanic eruption.

The preserved remains of these two nearly 4-foot-long (1.1 m) reptiles looked so clean that the researchers named the newly discovered species Changmia Liaoningensis, Which in Chinese means “eternal sleeping sleeper from Liaoning”.