Top 10 Largest Dinosaurs
The measurements we introduce here will most likely not be entirely accurate. Unfortunately, there is nothing we can do about that.
The Antarctosaurus giganteus is the largest member of the genus. The first remains of this dinosaur were detailed in 1929. The incomplete fossil fragments provided a good look at the rib .
The R. giganteus is a relative newcomer to the world of large dinosaurs. This dinosaur was only discovered in China and described in 2009. Information about this species is somewhat scarce.
The former estimates said this creature measured up to 157 feet long. However, recent studies found that the fossil remains that formed the basis of this measure did not belong to the Barosaurus.
For our purposes, the largest dinosaurs are those that had the longest measurement from head to tail. Measuring dinosaurs by height or weight could also be useful.
Paleontologists believe this dinosaur was about 98 feet long and weighed approximately 50 to 61 tons or up to 122,000 lbs.
The Sauroposeidon proteles lived in Texas, Oklahoma, and Wyoming during the Early Cretaceous period. When it was first discovered, people believed that it was the largest dinosaur of all time.
Experts believe that Patagotitan mayorum, also called Titanosaur, lived during the Late Cretaceous period, 97 million years ago. description, this dinosaur measured about 121 feet long
The Argentinosaurus huinculensis lived during the Late Cretaceous period. However, fossils of this dinosaur were not found until 1987.
This dinosaur is known for its long tail, long neck, thick body, and powerful legs. This dinosaur is believed to measure up to 115 feet in length.