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Balasinor Rediscover India's ...

Genre: History | 21:48

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Hindi

The city of Balasinor has been a site of attraction for several palaeontologists worldwide to study and research fossils. In this documentary, host Neha S. K. Mehta takes us to the Dinosaur Fossil Park situated in this city of Gujarat- the 3rd largest dinosaur fossil excavation site in the world. This site is the only place in the globe to have 675 million years-old fossilized dinosaur eggs. See them for yourself in Balasinor: Rediscover Indias Dinosaurs.

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