Europe's Biggest Dinosaur Resurfaces in Portugal

Thankfully, Torvosaurus gurneyi was nothing more than bones when scientists made the discovery.
3:00 | 03/06/14

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Scientists are having a field day with a new Jurassic discovery that could be the remains of the largest dinosaur that ever -- the planet. The bones were discovered in Portugal originally believed to be from a species from North America. But after closer comparisons the remains turn out to -- from a new species. It's named the -- -- a -- security act which was about 33 feet long and wait up to five tons. And may have been covered with feathers how cool -- that. The journalists are as roamed the earth -- 150 million years ago.

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