Profile Name: Puertasaurus reuili Length: 38 meters Mass: 110 tons When: Late Cretaceous, Maastrichtian, 70 milion years ago Where: South America Classification: Animalia, Chordata, Reptilia, Saurischia, Sauropodomorpha, Titanosauria, Titanosauroidae, Lognkosauria, Puertasaurus, Puertasaurus reuli
Puertasaurus reuili is a genus of Sauropoda lived in what is now South America, about 70 million years ago. Almost 40 meters long and weighing more than 100 tons, it could be the largest dinosaur ever existed, probably even longer and heavier than its more famous cousin, Argentinosaurus, although there are other claimants in North America. It is a dinosaur only recently discovered, and described in 2005. Unfortunately, his remains are very partial: it has only one spine (incomplete) with some vertebrae of impressive size (1.06 meters high, 1.68 meters wide), and rib cage had to be very large (5 to 8 meters wide) , and this would make it probably the widest dinosaur ever. From a single cervical vertebra note, it is understood that this dinosaur had a neck long and stocky, unusual feature in sauropods.
Last Edit: May 27, 2013 17:27:56 GMT 5 by gigadino96
I would better use NimaÂ´s reconstruction. It is far better than that one (short, stubby neck, legs too long, torso too short). IÂ´d also better give a range of ~30-40m. It is not certain whether it is larger than A. huinculensis, even tough I too think so. The vertebra are wider, with a greater surface in anterior or posterior view, however not as tall, with a flatter, wider centrum.
jhg: A pit bull? The domestic dog?
Sept 19, 2019 9:00:23 GMT 5
dinosauria101: I disagree. Will explain in the thread
Sept 18, 2019 17:55:05 GMT 5
all: pit has more stamina it can fight for hours. Baboon weighs 82 lbs pit 60 lbs so strength goes slightly to the baboon. pit has strong jaws and powerful teeth but in comparison to baboon's 2 inch canines its not even close. baboon is a match for a leopard.
Sept 18, 2019 17:52:00 GMT 5
dinosauria101: I'll link it when I find it
Sept 18, 2019 17:49:02 GMT 5