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Argentinosaurus (meaning "Argentine lizard") is a genus of titanosaur sauropod dinosaur first discovered by Guillermo Heredia in Argentina. The generic name ...

Jul 5, 2013 ... John Hurt narrates the facts behind the discovery of huge nesting site in modern day Patagonia. Fossilised remains show Argentinosaurus laid ...

BBC Nature - Argentinosaurus videos, news and facts


Argentinosaurus currently holds the record for being both the heaviest land animal ever, and the longest.

Argentinosaurus, the World's Biggest Dinosaur


How much do you know about Argentinosaurus, the current record-holder for the world's largest dinosaur? Here are 10 fun facts about this Mesozoic behemoth.

Argentinosaurus - Dinopedia - Wikia


Argentinosaurus was a large sauropod which was considered to be the largest known dinosaur ever...

Argentinosaurus - Prehistoric Wildlife


Information about the dinosaur Argentinosaurus and other prehistoric creatures.

Argentinosaurus | Kids Dinos


Learn about Argentinosaurus. Where they lived, what they ate and how big they were!

The Dino Directory - Argentinosaurus - Natural History Museum


The largest land animal ever found, Argentinosaurus evolved in the Cretaceous Period and belongs to a family that originated in the southern continents of ...

Argentinosaurus | Argentinosaurus Facts | DK Find Out


Looking to learn more about Argentinosaurus? Improve your knowledge on Argentinosaurus and find out more about dinosaurs with DK Find Out for kids.

Argentinosaurus Dinosaur, Facts | Pictures - Argentinosaurus ...


Argentinosaurus was an herbivorous sauropod dinosaur that is fairly possibly the largest, heaviest land animal that ever lived. It urbanized on the island ...

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Argentinosaurus Fact Sheet - EnchantedLearning.com


Argentinosaurus Fact Sheet. Argentinosaurus was a huge, long-necked plant- eating dinosaur that lived during the Cretaceous period.

Argentinosaurus - BBC Earth


Walking with Dinosaurs on BBC Earth featuring video clips and galleries.

'Biggest dinosaur ever' discovered - BBC News


May 17, 2014 ... Weighing in at 77 tonnes, it was as heavy as 14 African elephants, and seven tonnes heavier than the previous record holder, Argentinosaurus.