Lusotitan atalaiensis was an impressive european sauropod, belonging to the brachiosaurid tribe of the sauropods. He was 25 metres long with an estimated weight of up to 30 tons. Lusotitan was found in Portugal and lived during the jurassic period. It is one of the biggest dinosaurs found in europe, he was dwarfed by the spanish turiasaurus. Lusotitan had longer forelimbs than hindlegs, typically for an brachiosaurid and a long neck with a small head. Lusotitan was a herbivore.
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May 10, 2009, 10:25:59 AM
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Just a couple of points here: Lusotitan was NOT dwarfed by Turiasaurus. Turiasaurus' length was mostly tail, its body wasn't all that big. Also Lusotitan was far taller and deeper. And it needs a more vertical neck and shoulders, perhaps a bigger crest too