[N] 2006 The worlds deepest Dinosaur finding -- 2256 Metres Below The Seabed
On a depth off 2256 below the seabed partly remains of a Plateosaurus like dinosaur were discoverd during a drilling operation. The fossil is in fact just a crushed knucklebone in a drilling core -- a long cylinder of rock drilled out from an exploration well at the Snorre offshore field. The fossil, which was found 2256 metres below the seabed, represents the world\\\\\\\'s deepest dinosaur finding. But it is by no means certain that the record-breaking knucklebone is a rarity down there in the abyss.