David Attenborough Meets The Biggest Animal Ever To Walk On Earth
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In this 360 degree video, David Attenborough introduces us to the World’s largest dinosaur, which was 122 feet long and weighed as much as Boeing 737.

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In 2014, a shepherd spotted the tip of a gigantic fossil bone sticking out of a rock in La Flecha Farm in the Chubut Province in the Argentinian desert.  Palaeontologists soon uncovered a massive 2.4m long thigh bone, the largest ever found.  By the end of the dig they had uncovered more than 220 bones, all belonging to a new species of the giant plant-eating titanosaur.  The dinosaur has now been officially named ‘Patagotitan mayorum’ after the Patagonia region where it was found and the Greek word ‘titan,’ which means ‘large.’  The P. mayorum has now been given the award of largest dinosaur ever to walk the Earth, averaging a length of 122 feet (37 meters) and height of 20 feet (6 meters) at the shoulders.  It weighed around 76 tons.  A replica of this dinosaur’s skeleton has been on display at the American Museum of Natural History in New York since 2016.  Located on the fourth floor, the titanosaur’s neck and head extend out toward the elevators banks, welcoming visitors to the “dinosaur floor.”
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