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  • proper noun A taxonomic genus within the subfamily Apatosaurinae.

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  • But anyway, the name Apatosaurus was published first, so it was bye-bye, Brontosaurus.

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  • The show will highlight old favorites such as Brontosaurs actually called Apatosaurus and Tyranosaurus, of course.

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  • Brontosaurus [now known as Apatosaurus] is the archetypical one in people's minds.

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  • It's the relative and neighbor of the more famous long-necked sauropod dinosaurs, such as Apatosaurus, Diplodocus, and Brachiosaurus.

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  • Added Longrich, "this paper helps sort out the origin of several major groups – the big carnivores like T. rex, the birds, and the giant plant eaters like Apatosaurus," formerly known as Brontosaurus.

    230-Million-Year-Old Dinosaur Species Discovered

  • Added Longrich, "this paper helps sort out the origin of several major groups – the big carnivores like T. rex, the birds, and the giant plant eaters like Apatosaurus," formerly known as Brontosaurus.

    230-Million-Year-Old Dinosaur Species Discovered

  • The dinosaur in those pictures would be better described as an Apatosaurus.

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  • Added Longrich, "this paper helps sort out the origin of several major groups – the big carnivores like T. rex, the birds, and the giant plant eaters like Apatosaurus," formerly known as Brontosaurus.

    230-Million-Year-Old Dinosaur Species Discovered

  • Added Longrich, "this paper helps sort out the origin of several major groups – the big carnivores like T. rex, the birds, and the giant plant eaters like Apatosaurus," formerly known as Brontosaurus.

    230-Million-Year-Old Dinosaur Species Discovered

  • Added Longrich, "this paper helps sort out the origin of several major groups – the big carnivores like T. rex, the birds, and the giant plant eaters like Apatosaurus," formerly known as Brontosaurus.

    230-Million-Year-Old Dinosaur Species Discovered

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