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  • n. Plural form of titanosaur.


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  • However, there are trackways that appear to have been produced by titanosaurs from the Bathonian of Ardley, Oxfordshire (Day et al. 2002, 2004), so titanosaurs had been around since the Middle Jurassic at least.

    Archive 2006-02-01

  • Dinosaurs called titanosaurs -- 45-foot-long relatives of the long-necked, elephant-legged behemoth known as Brontosaurus -- laid the eggs along a flood plain between 70 million and 90 million years ago.

    The Inner Life Of Dinosaurs

  • Paleontologist and snake expert Jason Head says that the snake, known as Sanajeh indicus, lacked the wipe-jaws needed to swallow eggs, but just-hatched baby titanosaurs would have been perfect prey for the 3.5 meter nearly 12 feet long serpent.

    Archive 2010-02-28

  • Can the length estimates (big or small) for these titanosaurs really be estimated well with such meager material?

    Biggest…. sauropod…. ever (part…. I)

  • Most are titanosaurs, the predominantly Cretaceous sauropod clade originally thought to be late-surviving relatives of diplodocoids but now known to be close kin of the short-skulled camarasaurs and brachiosaurs.

    Biggest…. sauropod…. ever (part…. I)

  • I once heard something (I think on the DML) about the giant titanosaurs (Argentinosaurus, Argyrosaurus, Paralititan, etc.) all being below 28 m. or so in length.

    Biggest…. sauropod…. ever (part…. I)

  • These may be especially useful if you're into drawing titanosaurs...

    Life's Time Capsule: MORE Sauropods in Art!

  • Grouping: unknown - the sauropods here are just generic Patagonian titanosaurs.

    Life's Time Capsule: MORE Sauropods in Art!

  • They may find clues about dinosaur behavior, too, including whether newly hatched titanosaurs could stand on their own four feet and fend for themselves.

    The Inner Life Of Dinosaurs

  • Often regarded as a brachiosaurid, its remains are not diagnostic, nor is there any reason to think that they belong to a brachiosaurid, nor even to a macronarian (Macronaria is the sauropod clade that includes brachiosaurids and titanosaurs).

    Obscure dinosaurs of the Kimmeridge Clay


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