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New dinosaurussoort found in Argentina

LA MATANZA – Spanish and Argentine paleontologists have the ruins of a hitherto unknown dinosaurussoort. The three dino’s were family of the herbivorous sauropoda, of which the brontosaurus is the most famous. The new species, which is 110 million years ago, is lavocatisaurus agrioensis baptized.

Spanish and Argentine paleontologists have the ruins of a hitherto unknown dinosaurussoort.

According to scientists, is the largest dino is an important part of the skeleton found, including parts of the head and spine. The dino was found in the center of Argentina, an area where in the world a desert.

The largest skeleton was of an adult dinosaur of approximately 12 metres in length, the two smaller ones were a boy of 6 or 7 feet long.

The sauropods were the largest creatures ever on the earth roamed. The supersaurus was 34 metres long and the huiculensis to 120 tons weighted. They had long necks and start, huge bodies and a small head.

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