What a pebble!

A man walking around more than a decade ago on a beach in Sussex, UK, found a brown pebble. This pebble has now been identified as the first known fossilised brain tissue from a dinosaur. The fossil is probably from a species similar to the Iguanodon dinosaur from about 130 million years ago. The Iguanodon was a plant eater (herbivore), and was about 9 metres (30 feet) long. You can read more about Iguanodons here. You can watch a video about this story here.

Image Credits: https://www.cam.ac.uk for the fossil’s image
Sources: Cambridge University, http://www.cam.ac.uk, https://www.britannica.com