Andesaurus

Andesaurus (s {respell|AN|də|SAWR|əs}; `Andes lizard`) is a genus of basal titanosaurian sauropod dinosaur which existed during the middle of the Cretaceous Period in South America. Like most sauropods, it would have had a small head on the end of a long neck and an equally long tail. Andesaurus was a very large sauropod, as were many others o.....
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Andesaurus

(pronounced AN-di-SAWR-us) Andesaurus delgadoi was a 60-130? feet (18-40 m) long Titanosaurid sauropod that weighed roughly 12500 kg. It was an enormous, long-necked, long-tailed, quadrupedal, plant-eater from Argentina, South America during the Cretaceous period, about 113 million to 91 million years ago. Its tail vertebrae, which were ever 2 feet...
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Andesaurus

Andesaurus Meaning (“Andes lizard”) from Early or Middle Cretaceous Patagonia (Neuquen Province) region of Argentina. Named by Argentinian paleontologists Jorge O. Calvo and José Bonaparte in 1991.
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