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Brian Switek, in his Nat. Geo. blog Laelaps, dials back the hype a bit about the recently discovered Argentine sauropod being the largest terrestrial beast ever!
[Biggest dinosaur ever? Maybe. Maybe not.]
18 May 2014 in Herps, Science | Permalink
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