What do we know about dinosaur breeding habits?
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Sometimes the eggs contain the remains of an unhatched baby dinosaur.
Occasionally the fossil of a newly hatched baby is found near the eggs, showing which species they belong to.
Dinosaur eggs were laid in clutches, like those of today's birds. We think that dinosaurs, like birds, would have had courtship behaviour, built nests and cared for their young until they were old enough to look after themselves.
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