Aegyptosaurus

(pronounced ee-JIP-tuh-SAWR-us) Aegyptosaurus was a primitive, 50 foot (15 m) long Titanosaurid sauropod that weighed roughly 10500 kg. It was a long-necked, long-tailed, quadrupedal, plant-eater from the Sahara desert in Egypt during the mid Cretaceous period. Aegyptosaurus, meaning 'Egyptian Lizard,' was named by paleontologist Stromer in 1932. I...
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Aegyptosaurus

Aegyptosaurus An “Egyptian lizard” from Middle or Late Cretaceous rocks of the Sahara desert in Egypt. Named by German paleontologist Ernst Stromer von Reichenbach in 1932.
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Aegyptosaurus

Aegyptosaurus s meaning `Egypt’s lizard`, for the country in which it was discovered (Greek sauros meaning `lizard`) is a genus of sauropod dinosaur believed to have lived in what is now Africa, around 95 million years ago, during the mid- and late-Cretaceous Period (Albian to Cenomanian stages). Like most sauropods, it had a long neck and a...
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