The skeleton of a dinosaur-like creature with bones still preserved on its bones was found in the Indian city of Jaspur.
Partially preserved corpse of an animal was found by an electrician who was working on an abandoned substation. The creature was sent for examination, which, among other things, must establish its age.
According to experts, although the animal resembles a small bipedal dinosaur from the suborder of theropods, this species died out about 65 million years ago.
“Floating dinosaurs died out about 65 million years ago, but the creature actually looks like some of the theropods, the suborder of dinosaurs, which included bipedal predators,” said Aaryan Kumar, Ph.D. in paleontology at Delphi University. “But the skeleton of the dinosaur could not be found in such a good condition, not petrified, in millions of years. ”
The specialist added that scientists also have to find out how the skeleton turned out to be at the local electrical substation.