'World's biggest dinosaur' unearthed in Argentina desert
If you thought they donâ€™t come much bigger than the Tyrannosaurus rex and the Argentinosaurus then think again â€“ scientists in Argentina have uncovered the bones of a creature believed to be the worldâ€™s biggest dinosaur.
According to the measurements of its gigantic thigh bones, the herbivore would have been 40m (130ft) long and 20m (65ft) tall, the BBC reported.
Palaeontologists think it is a new species of titanosaur â€“ part of a diverse group of sauropod dinosaurs that were characterised by their long necks and tails and small heads â€“ dating from the Cretaceous period....
Look at the girth of that bone. Wow. Whatever it was...whatever it looked like, it was king of the jungle. Dinosaurs are such a mystery; one of those the bible is strangly silent on, not to mention early historical writings. I always wonder why its not a topic God would cover when its such an interesting part of days gone by. How in the world would animals 60+ feet tall find enough food to forage when everything they looked down at and put in their mouths would seem like twigs? Such a mystery all around. I the average dinosaur was the size of a sheep, but I'm always surprised that monsters of such gigantic proportions were never written of...bohemoth aside.