Monday, November 19, 2007

Prehistoric Animals Dinosaurs Alamosaurus

Prehistoric Animals Dinosaurs AlamosaurusDescription: a speculative representation on how the Alamosaurus sanjuanensis could have been. there is no complete skeleton found yet. Date: 2 august 2006. Author: Mariana Ruiz Villarreal [user:LadyofHats] Permission: (Reusing this image) public domain
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Alamosaurus was named for Alamo Creek, San Juan Basin, New Mexico, where the first specimen was discovered. Alamosaurus roamed over much of southwestern North America during the latest part of the Cretaceous. It became extinct at the very end of the Mesozoic Era, during the mass extinction episode that wiped out many other species at the same time. Alamosaurus was one of the very last of the non-avian dinosaurs in Texas. Alamosaurus sanjuanensis Giant Sauropod Dinosaur

Alamosaurus From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Alamosaurus, (pronounced IPA: /ˌæləməˈsɔrəs/; meaning "Alamo lizard"), is a genus of titanosaurian sauropod dinosaur from the Late Cretaceous Period of what is now North America. It was a large quadrupedal herbivore, up to 53 feet (16 metres) in length and up to 33 tons (30 metric tonnes) in weight. Alamosaurus, like other sauropods, had a long neck and a long tail, which may have ended in a 'whiplash' structure.

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