Scientists in China say they have discovered the world's largest dinosaur fossil site in the eastern province of Shandong, state media reported on Tuesday.
Scientists had recovered some 7,600 fossils from a 300 meter (980 ft) long pit near Zhucheng city over the past seven months, Xinhua news agency said.
The finds included remains of a 20-meter hadrosaurus, which could be a record size for the duck-billed dinosaur, Xinhua said.
Scientists had put down tools for the winter, but said further excavations could yield more fossils.
Zhucheng, known locally as China's "Dinosaur City," has produced dinosaur fossils in some 30 sites, according to local media.