Euhelopus

(pronounced you-HEL-oh-pus or YOU-hel-OH-pus) Euhelopus meaning good marsh foot) was a camarasaurid sauropod from the late Jurassic period , about 156 to 150 million years ago. This plant eater had a very longneck, a bulky body, a long tail and a small, boxy head with spoon-shaped teeth. Its front legs and hind legs were almost the same size. It wa
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Euhelopus

Euhelopus is a genus of sauropod dinosaur that lived during the Early Cretaceous, between 130 and 112 million years ago (Barremian or Aptian stages). It lived in what is now Shandong Province in China. A large herbivore, it weighed approximately 15-20 tons and attained an adult length of 15m (50 feet). Unlike most other sauropods, Euhelopus had lo
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Euhelopus

Euhelopus was a large sauropod dinosaur of the Cretaceous period. Euhelopus was between 10 and 15 metres long, walked on four thick, heavy legs, had a long beck and tail and a bulky body and an unusual wedge-shaped skull with nostrils near to the front of the skull. The first remains of Euhelopus were found in China in the 1920's by a Swedish exped
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