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Scientists unveil huge dinosaur: Dreadnoughtus

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September 4, 2014
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The four-legged beast was bigger than seven elephants, stretched about 85 feet long and weighed about 65 tons. Scientists published their findings on the titanosaur, named Dreadnoughtus schrani, in Thursday's Scientific Reports. (Sept. 4) Video provided by AP


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