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Colossal new dinosaur species discovered


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Posted (IP: Staff) ·

The enormous prehistoric reptile was so massive that it weighed the same as seven Tyrannosaurus rex.

Known as Dreadnoughtus schrani, which means "fear nothing", the huge dinosaur is the latest entry in the supermassive group of sauropod dinosaurs known as the titanosaurs.

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That is an awesome name for a dinosaur.

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OMG! This is so awesome! I can't wait to see the skeleton in a museum! Will the building even be big enough?

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OMG! This is so awesome! I can't wait to see the skeleton in a museum! Will the building even be big enough?

wanna see one in real life?

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0Bx9Q0wVh6ngXOVhjX2VfcW9PdzQ/edit?usp=sharing

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Great find this thing is huge thanks for the link and the pic.

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Amazing! That is one hell of a beast! Imagine looking out of your window and seeing that slowly lumbering past, simply awesome!

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Amazing! That is one hell of a beast! Imagine looking out of your window and seeing that slowly lumbering past, simply awesome!

The reaction would probably be something like this>>

http://youtu.be/PJlmYh27MHg

But I guess you will hear him long before you see him. :)

http://youtu.be/aMNOAOO6efE

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Posted (IP: Staff) ·
The dinosaur, whose scientific name means "fear nothing" and is nicknamed "Dread," is described in the latest issue of Scientific Reports. Dread measured 85 feet long and weighed about 65 tons

I don't think I would fear anything either if I was that size :lol:

There's a video in this link -

http://www.telegraph...-look-puny.html

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Next, Japanese paleontologists announce the discovery of the even larger "Yamatosaurus." :P

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Next, Japanese paleontologists announce the discovery of the even larger "Yamatosaurus." :P

Yeah, but I hope we don't get a Bismarckosaurus etc. This battleship-metaphors **** just has to go.

And maybe in the future, when we could travel to distant planets we found one with at size of our sun, and we dig up long dead beasts with lengths and widths of like 6 kilometers, and weighs some 85 million metric tons. Then we probably have names like Galaxyosaurus etc.

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Hey Frank long time no see, been missing your input for a while. :tu:

I did not ...

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I did not ...

I think he was talking to me, but who knows. I am in the States for some medical tests, and was out of circulation for awhile.
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It's alright Frank, I am a mule aujourd'hui!

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