Amateur paleontologists in India have found a remarkable trove of dinosaur eggs, the Hindustan Times reports.

The trio discovered more than 100 of the fossilized eggs, each about the size of a softball, in central Madhya Pradesh state, about 175 miles west of Bhopal.

One of the finders, Vishal Verma, said the eggs dated back to the Upper Cretaceous period, between 100 and 65 million years ago.

Verma characterized the eggs as coming from three types of sauropod dinosaurs, but would not get more specific.

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