Fossils of the world’s largest dinosaur found in Argentina

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PATAGONIA, ARGENTINA – Paleontologists have discovered fossils of what may be the biggest dinosaur to have ever walked the planet — the Titanosaur.

The 95-million-year-old herbivore bones are still being studied. It’s being reported that the seven creatures found likely died together, perhaps from either dehydration or being stuck in the mud.

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