In the province of Mendoza (Argentina) paleontologists have found the remains of a giant titanosaur, whose age is equal to 86 million years. The new dinosaur scientists call Notocolossus gonzalezparejasi. This name translates as “southern giant Gonzalez and Parejas” (it was coined in honor of the principal author research Bernardo Gonzalez and the lawyer don Parejas, helping the paleontologists to excavate).
Titanosaurs were the largest land animals in the history of planet Earth. Their weight can reach 60 tons
The unique opening of scientists is that they have found well-preserved bones of the hind paws of a giant dinosaur. This discovery will allow paleontologists to learn more about how it moved some of the largest animals in the history of planet Earth. Recall that the pangolin, whose remains were found in Argentina, belongs to a new subspecies – titanosaurs. Scientists estimate that the weight of these giants can reach from 40 to 60 tons. Continue reading