About 70 million years ago, a limbless reptile crunched into dinosaur eggs to slurp out its contents, which included a squirming hatchling. But this beanfest collapsed under a wet blanket of mud.
When you think of fossils you imagine grimy skeletons or frozen silhouettes of creatures from eons ago.
But then there are those rare gems. Fossils that zoom beyond anatomy. That bullhorn behaviour.
This is a tale of discovery and rediscovery. The chronicle of an extraordinary fossil. One that doesn’t merely frame a picture of the past, but pans into its action. To part the curtain on this drama, we’ve got to travel to Nagpur, a city wedged in the heart of India.