Dinosauria : Wintonotitan

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Wintonotitan wattsi was a large plant-eating dinosaur with a long neck, long tail and elephant-like legs. Weighing up to 20 tonnes, these animals were the largest land-based animals to have ever walked the Australian outback. Wintonotitan is one of many new species of titanosaur sauropod dinosaurs to have been discovered in outback Queensland in the last decade. Large Plants, Prehistoric, Dinosaurs, Science Nature, Mammals, Elephant, Creatures, Museum, Australia

Wintonotitan wattsi was a large plant-eating dinosaur with a long neck, long tail and elephant-like legs. Weighing up to 20 tonnes, these animals were the largest land-based animals to have ever walked the Australian outback. Wintonotitan is one of many new species of titanosaur sauropod dinosaurs to have been discovered in outback Queensland in the last decade.

Vertèbres caudales de Wintonotitan wattsi. Dinosauria, Saurischia, Sauropoda, Macronaria, Titanosauriformes, Titanosauria. Auteur : Matt A. White, 2009. Prehistory, Natural History, Creatures, Plants, Prehistoric Age, Plant, Planets, Prehistoric

Vertèbres caudales de Wintonotitan wattsi. Dinosauria, Saurischia, Sauropoda, Macronaria, Titanosauriformes, Titanosauria. Auteur : Matt A. White, 2009.

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 Wintonotitan is a genus of titanosauriform dinosaur from late Albian (Early Cretaceous)-age rocks of Australia. Arm Bones, Dinosaur Museum, Natural History, Fossils, Arms, Extinct, Rocks, Creatures, Australia

Wintonotitan arm bones. Wintonotitan is a genus of titanosauriform dinosaur from late Albian (Early Cretaceous)-age rocks of Australia.

Western Queensland is once again vying for the attention of palaeontologists with the announcement of the discovery of three new species of dinosaur, one Extinct Animals, Prehistoric Animals, Real Dinosaur, Plate Tectonics, Vertebrates, Geology, Reptiles, Habitats, Moose Art

Trois nouveaux grands dinosaures découverts en Australie

Peu généreux en fossiles de dinosaures, le sol australien vient pourtant de livrer les trois plus gros spécimens exhumés depuis 1981. Deux sont herbivores et appartiennent à une famille de géants,...