"Huge Body Lizard"
132 ft. (40 m)
44 ft. (14 m)
Unknown (really heavy, though!)
Late Cretaceous - 70 mya
Fossil remains for this Dinosaur have been found in
This giant dinosaur with a really long name could be the biggest
dinosaur ever discovered. For several years it was thought to be a
gigantic meat-eater, but it was recently classified as a sauropod, the
long-necked family of dinosaurs that includes
Argentinosaurus Bruhathkayosaurus was among the largest
dinosaurs that ever lived and would have been an awesome sight to see.
Good thing for T. Rex it wasn't a meat-eater because Bruhathkayosaurus
was about twice as big!
Some scientists don't think that
the Bruhathkayosaurus fossils
clearly illustrate the dinosaur's
size. These scientists believe the
actual size may have been somewhat
smaller, but still very impressive.