Hey, Big Fella!

November 2007
Weekly Reader News - Edition 3;11/30/2007, Vol. 77 Issue 11/12, p2
The article focuses on the discovery of the bones of a large dinosaur called Futalognkosaurus dukei in Argentina. According to scientists, the dinosaur was about 43 feet tall and 105 feet in length. They claim that it belongs to a new dinosaur species due to its unique neck, which was more than 50 feet long. The dinosaur was an herbivore which lived about 88 million years ago.


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