Is there a dinosaur bigger than Argentinosaurus?

Is there a dinosaur bigger than Argentinosaurus?

The biggest land creatures are believed to have been the dinosaurs—of them, the titanosaur (as their name suggests) is believed to be the largest. The huge size of each suggests the dinosaur was a very large titanosaur—one that might be bigger than Argentinosaurus.

Is the longest dinosaur name?

The longest dinosaur name of all is “micropachycephalosaurus” which means “little thick-headed lizard.” Its a dome-headed little dinosaur.

What dinosaur survived the longest?

The longest living dinosaurs were dinosaurs such as Apatosaurus, Brachiosaurus, Supersaurus, etc (these are called sauropods) and were long-necked plant eaters. They could live up to 100 years!

What is the dinosaur with the long?

Brontosaurus was a large sauropod, a group of typically large dinosaurs with long necks and long tails. It lived during the Late Jurassic Period, from about 156 to 145 million years ago.

Which dinosaur has the most teeth?

Hadrosaurs, or duck-billed dinosaurs, had the most teeth: up to 960 cheek teeth! Dinosaur teeth were replaceable. If a dinosaur broke or lost a tooth, another grew in to take the place, behaving much like sharks teeth do today.

What Dinosaur is considered the tallest?

The tallest and heaviest dinosaur known from good skeletons is Giraffatitan brancai (previously classified as a species of Brachiosaurus). Its remains were discovered in Tanzania between 1907 and 1912.

What were the longest/heaviest predatory dinosaurs?

Spinosaurus may be the largest of all known carnivorous dinosaurs, even larger than Tyrannosaurus and Giganotosaurus. Estimates published suggest that it has 12.6 to 18 meters (41 to 59 ft) length and 7 to 21 tonnes (7.7 to 23 short tons) weight. The following dimensions of predatory dinosaurs were collected on the basis of available estimates.

What was the tallest dinosaur ever found?

Arguably the tallest dinosaur is Sauroposeidon proteles, a massive plant-eater discovered in North America. Thanks to a ludicrously long neck, it stood 17m (55 ft) tall, but relatively few fossils of it have been found.

Which sauropod was the longest?

Supersaurus, at 33 to 34 metres (108 to 112 ft) long, was the longest sauropod known from reasonably complete remains, but others, like the old record holder, Diplodocus, were also extremely long.

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