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amphicoelias fragilimus.........

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anyone know more about amphicoelias fragilimus........

the only dinosaur that is beleived to be 200 feet.i know less about it.i saw its thigh bone picture which was 8 1/2 feet tall.......Is any remains they got except that thigh bone,coz in many sites i saw that bone only as it is only discovered yet of it..

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Its hard to accurately predict the size, and if it actually is a new species from a single bone.

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I cherch but there is nothing. I don't have picture.

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here's a link with pics and links:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amphicoelias

Edited by Cryptoman

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here's another website with two detailed pictures and a description: http://www.azhdarcho.com/Art/Paleoart/amphi.html

Edited by Cryptoman

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What is interesting is that this bone was found during the time of the Bone Wars between Marsh and Cope. It was Cope that found this, and when he announced the size of his finding, Marsh never questioned it. So that means this must of beena truly massive bone.

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yeah, alot of dinos came out of that "war" whats the name of that sauropod that has spike on its tail, or a club, one of those two

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Thats one BIG dinosaur. Thats if the sketches are anything to go by.

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I wonder if anything would eat it, because it looks pretty difficult to kill, unless you have missiles.

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