Bangkok, Oct 18 (UNI) More than 10 new dinosaur fossils of the Jurrasic period have been found in north eastern Thailand.
Dinosaur footprints postulated to belong to the Triaasic era or 210 million years old were also found, Bangkok Post today reported Natural Resources and Environment ministry officials as saying.
The Jurassic finds were all in rather good condition, they added.
The new remains were discovered in Phu Kradung district of Loei province.
Earlier, Dinosaur fossils were also discovered along the Phu Phan mountains - an area between Kalasin and Mukdahan provinces where more than 200 fish fossils were also discovered along with that of a crocodile.
Palaeonthologists say that these Jurassic finds have proved that the region was inhabited by dinosaurs millions years ago.