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 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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