Seismosaurus

Seismosaurus

Seismosaurus Was Likely A Large Diplodocus Seismosaurus (pronounced Size-mow-Sore-uss) was a giant saurischian sauropod named from the Greek language for its size which can be translated as “(earth) quake lizard”. Seismosaurus was once thought to have been a new genus of dinosaur but in recent years it has been agreed upon by most palaeontologists that Seismosaurus was most likely a […]

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Diplodocus

Diplodocus was a Jurassic Sauropod Diplodocus walked the Earth about 150 million years ago in the late Jurassic Era. At the time of its discovery, Diplodocus was the longest dinosaur on record. It has since been out-measured by the likes of the Supersaurus or the rarely-mentioned Futalgnkosaurus, but Diplodocus played an important role in fueling the public’s imagination about prehistoric […]

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Seismosaurus

Seismosaurus goes down in the record books as one of the longest land mammals to ever live. One of the most impressive features of this sauropod (beside its incredible size) is the exceptionally long and whip shaped tail that was likely utilized to stun predators. Researchers believe that the sound alone from a whipping Seismosaurus tail would have deafened predators […]

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