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Fossils of most oldest titanosaur found in Argentina

Fossils of most oldest titanosaur found in Argentina
Fossils of most oldest titanosaur found in Argentina

At around 140 million years of age, fossils from an enormous dinosaur dove up in Argentina may be the most established titanosaur yet found, researchers declared for the current week in another examination.

Titanosaurs are a gathering of since quite a while ago necked, plant-eating dinosaurs that may have been the biggest creatures at any point to walk the Earth, as indicated by Reuters. Known as Ninjatitan zapatai, the as of late found creature was around 66 feet long and had a long neck and tail, Sci-News said.

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“It is the most established record known, from Argentina as well as around the world,” study lead creator Pablo Gallina, an analyst at the National Council for Scientific and Technical Research of Argentina (CONICET), told Reuters.

“This revelation is additionally vital for the information on the transformative history of sauropods on the grounds that the fossil records of the Early Cretaceous age, in around 140 million years prior, are actually quite scant all through the world,” he said in an articulation.

The new revelation implied titanosaurs lived longer prior than recently suspected – toward the start of the Cretaceous time that finished with the end of the dinosaurs around 66 million years prior, Reuters