Scientists have 70% of the essential bones needed to complete the massive, long-necked, plant-eating Dreadnoughtus schrani which is one of the biggest animals to have ever lived on earth.
It is thought that from head to tail, the dinosaur would have measured at 26 metres and weighed almost 60 tonnes. Its tail alone measured 9m long.
A skeleton analysis revealed the dinosaur was still growing at the time of its death so nobody knows how big it may have become.
Based on the location of the rocks where the fossils were found it is believed the young dinosaur was killed by a massive flood.
Scientists say Dreadnoughtus was a huge animal and would have had no predators. All other creatures would have been terrified of its size.
Article written by Charlotte