A group of Chinese construction workers reportedly unearthed a strange gift on Christmas: a clutch of 30 well-fossilized dinosaur eggs in the city of Ganzhou.
According to China News, the workers made the discovery while preparing to set off explosives.
The workers were instructed to stop and contact a local museum. Local researchers believe the eggs are anywhere from 70-130 million years old based on the purple sandstone layer of earth in which the eggs were found. That would mean the eggs were laid during the Cretaceous Period, which ended in dinosaurs' extinction.
Of course, this doesn’t mean the discovery will yield some type of Jurassic Park or Game of Thrones-inspired Daenerys Targaryen ending. The eggs were fossilized, and their contents likely died millions of years ago.
In April 2015, workers made a similar discovery in Heyuan city in the southern Chinese province of Guangdong. A construction crew found a clutch of 43 fossilized dinosaur eggs while repairing a road. As for the more recent discovery, it's gonna take some time and radiocarbon dating for researchers to know what species the eggs belong to.