December 08, 2011
Big Bones

Apparently sick of being beaten like an NFC East team, North American paleontologists have taken the title of "largest dinosaur" away from their South American counterparts. More than just bragging rights are in play, as the new description could change the way we think about how these giant sauropods were related to each other.

Posted by scott at December 08, 2011 10:26 AM

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So I can't say "Well, Brachiosaurus was the heaviest, and Diplodocus the longest" anymore? Sheesh...


Posted by: Mark on December 8, 2011 01:49 PM
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