Dinosaur Discovers: Titanosaur

The bones of a dinosaur believed to be the largest creature ever to walk the earth were discovered in Argentina.
1:07 | 05/17/14

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be the biggest dinosaur that ever lived? ABC's Linzie Janis with the jaw-dropping images coming out of Argentina this evening. Reporter: Tonight the bones of a dinosaur believed to be the largest creature ever to walk the Earth. A local farm worker stumbling on the remains. Paleontologists digging them up. This incredible picture shows an excavator lying next to a thigh bone. Based on that colossal limb, scientists concluding the beast was 65 feet tall and 130 feet long when it roamed the Earth. They say it weighed 77 tons, as heavy as 14 african elephants and seven tons heavier than the previous record holder. Based on the age of the rocks where the bones were found, scientists say the creature lived in the forest of patagonia nearly 100 million years ago. It's believed to be a new species of titanasaur, an enormous herbivore. When we come back here on

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