Heracles inexpectatus

Scientists found 190 million-year-old parrot bones, the big revelation in 11 years after research

Millions of years ago, such huge creatures were found on the earth, which if we see them nowadays, then people will get scared. The bones of one such giant parrot have been discovered by scientists in New Zealand, about which it is believed that such parrots used to be in the world about 190 million years ago.

According to the information, according to a report by an international team of fossil experts published in the latest edition of ‘Biology Letters’, the height of this giant parrot will be around one meter (3.3 feet) and weigh about seven kilograms.

Also, the researchers also believe that this parrot could have possibly flown. But it is not yet fully ascertained. At the same time, fossil experts found the remains of this parrot from St.

Baths in southern New Zealand in 2008 and then did not know which bird the remains belonged to and thought that it could be a fossil of a large eagle. Whereas after nearly 11 years of research, it has been learned that the bones belonged to a giant parrot.

Now fossil experts have named it Herakles Inexpectatus after looking at the giant body of the parrot, and in it, Herakles means a giant like Hercules and Inexpectatus means to meet in an unlikely way.

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