World’s largest dinosaur discovered

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A new species of dinosaur has been unearthed in Argentina. Scientists believe that it may even be the biggest one we’ve seen yet.

A team in Neuquen Province in Patagonia have found a collection of bones, thought to be from a “super-sized titanosaur”.

The remains are not a complete skeleton of the creature. At this stage, just the pelvic bones and vertebrae (segments of the spine) have been uncovered.

However, the size of these individual parts gives scientists evidence that these dinosaurs were huge.

Titanosaur dinosaurs are part of the Sauropods family. They had incredibly long necks and tails and were believed to be the largest land animals to have ever existed.

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