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Study aims to define the size of dinosaurs

December 20, 2012

Study aims to define the size of dinosaurs

How big were dinosaurs?

Researchers have conducted a study that suggests dinosaurs were made to be a much bigger creatures than present day animals. The study focused on comparing the sizes of extinct and modern species and ultimately revealed that the world of the dinosaurs was much different from the one we know today.

To date, some dinosaurs are among the largest animals to ever walk on Earth. The biggest dinosaurs developed first, including the sauropods with giant necks and tails that evolved approximately 200 million years ago.

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