Titanosaur: World’s new biggest dinosaur?

Scientists have found more than 200 bones from seven dinosaurs of a new species at a single site near La Flecha in Patagonia, Argentina. Together, the bones make up a near-complete skeleton (except for the head and parts of the neck and tail). This species, which has not yet been named and it is simply referred as “the Giant”, is estimated to have been about 20 m. tall, 40 m. long and 77 tons in weight, about the same as 14 African elephants.

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