Genus: Sanajeh WILSON, MOHABEY, PETERS & HEAD, 2010
Etymology: Sanaj, 'ancient', and Sanskrit, jeh, "gape."
Species: indicus WILSON, MOHABEY, PETERS & HEAD, 2010
Etymology: Sindu, refering to the Indus River (Sanskrit); historically this river helped define the territory of the Indian subcontinenet, whose name is derived from it.
Locality: Exposed near Dholi Dungri Village, 23°08'N, 73°23'E, Gujarat State, Western India.
Horizon: Lameta Formation.
Age: Middle-Late Maastrichtian Stage, Upper Senonian Subepoch, Gulf Epoch, Late Cretaceous.
Material: Nearly complete skull and lower jaws preserved in association with 72 preclocal vertebrae, and ribs in five articulated sections.
Breakdown as follows:
GSI/GC/2901: Sanajeh postcranium block containing part of the crushed Megaloolithus dhoridungriensis egg.
GSI/GC/2902: Sanajeh postcranium block containing part of the crushed Megaloolithus dhoridungriensis egg.
GSI/GC/2903: Sanajeh skull block.
GSI/GC/2904: Sauropod hatchling block.
GSI/GC/2905: Complete uncrushed Megalooithus dhoridungriensis egg.
GSI/GC/2906: "Gandhinagar block" containing a chain of Sanajeh vertebrae and
fragments of the crushed Megaloolithus dhoridungriensis egg.