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The heaviest dinosaur

The heaviest animal ever discovered may be sauropod dinosaur, Amphicoelias. It may have been 40 – 60 m (130 – 200 ft) in length, and may have had a mass of up to 122 tonnes (135 short tons).


Amphicoelias fragillimus may have been the longest known vertebrate. It may be longest than blue whale, which is on average the longest living creature, reaches over 30 m (98 ft) in length.

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