ARE the dinosaurs at Palmersaurus breeding?

Hopefully not, or we could end up with a real-life Jurassic Park on our hands.

And we all know how that turned out in the movies.

Australia Zoo owner Terri Irwin tweeted a photo of son Robert with three eggs yesterday, saying they were found at Palmersaurus on the weekend.

"Will they be dinosaurs?" she cheekily asked in the message.

Terri, Robert and Bindi Irwin were part of the official opening of the dinosaur theme park at the Palmer Coolum Resort on Saturday, along with owner Clive Palmer.

Palmersaurus made headlines around the world on the weekend.

SURPRISE FIND: Robert Irwin and Emma from Australia Zoo pose with some eggs found at the Palmersaurus.
SURPRISE FIND: Robert Irwin and Emma from Australia Zoo pose with some eggs found at the Palmersaurus. Contributed

It scored top billing on popular website BuzzFeed, known for detecting viral content.

A spokeswoman for the Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital said the eggs had been put into an incubator when they were brought back on Saturday but it was not known what happened to them afterwards.



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