Pelorosaurus

(pronounced pe-LOW-roh-SAWR-us) Pelorosaurus meaning monstrous lizard) was one of the first sauropod dinosaurs ever discovered. This long-necked plant-eater was about 80 feet (24 m) long. It was a quadruped (it walked on four sturdy legs). It lived during the early Cretaceous period , about 138 to 97 million years ago. Its classification is unsure ...
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Pelorosaurus

Pelorosaurus “Colossal (monstrous) lizard” from Early Cretaceous. It is known from very incomplete skeletons and fossilized skin impressions from the Wealden Formation in England and from a single forelimb bone found in Fervenca, Portugal. Pelorosaurus was named by British paleontologist Gideon A. Matheron Mantell (1790-1852) in 1850.
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Pelorosaurus

Pelorosaurus was a dinosaur of the Jurassic period. Only partial remains have been discovered of Pelorosaurus, but from these it is believed there were about 20 species of the animal which was related to Brachiosaurus, and was about 24 metres long, with a long neck and tail and a bulky body supported by four thick legs. Between 1850 and 1900 variou...
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