“Best” is a pretty qualitative call. The longest complete fossil found to date was an 89-foot-long Diplodocus, excavated in Wyoming in 1907. This site states that tooth fossils are probably the most informative, because they can help scientists deduce not only what the individual ate, but what a particular species had evolved to eat. Fossilized eggs, rare though they are, can give us some good clues about dinosaurs’ early development. A fossil found in the Gobi Desert in 1971 of a velociraptor attacking a protoceratops proved that dinosaurs in fact attacked each other, which had not previously been taken for granted.
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