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Argentine scientists have found remains of a giant dinosaur

October 22 2007

Not so long ago, in Argentina, scientists discovered the remains of the world's largest dinosaur. In their view, this hitherto unknown species titanozavra.

He lived about 88 million years ago during the Cretaceous period. This 32-meter herbivorous dinosaurs. From other species it is distinguished length of neck, sprawling to 17 feet and a tail of 15 meters.

" This is one of the largest dinosaur species found in the history of paleontology , "- said one of the representatives of Paleontology Center, National University of Komahyu (National University of Comahue) in Argentina.

Earlier, Argentina had already found remains of other large dinosaurs - argentinozavra whose length was about 35 meters and puertozavra whose length ranges from 35 to 40 meters.

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