Scientists Discover 65-Ton Dinosaur ‘Dreadnoughtus’
The Dreadnoughtus, a 65-ton dinosaur whose tread shook the Earth more than 65 million years ago, was unearthed by archaeologists in Argentina. Researchers say it is the most complete fossil skeleton known of the massive long-necked sauropods. Image: Jennifer Hall
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