'World's biggest dinosaur' unearthed in Argentina desert
If you thought they donât 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 worldâs 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.