The Largest Dinosaur Ever Gets Discovered In Argentina
A rural worker in Argentina discovered the remains of a dinosaur that weighed nearly 100 tons, ranking it as the world’s largest found so far according to the researchers calculate specimen. This is the femur of a herbivorous dinosaur family of sauropods that lived about 100 million years ago, found in Argentina’s Chubut province (south), near the town of Las Plumas.
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Bone of this dinosaur “is the equivalent of 14 African elephants, so it follows that the animal weighed at least 100 tons,” said researcher Pablo Puerta, the Chubut paleontological museum “Egidio Feruglio”.
This monster is estimated to have been 130 feet long, 65 feet tall. Could you imagine something that big?