Brachiosaurus feet are small in comparison to their overall size. Due to the factors of weight, ground composition and location, it is impossible to state their overall footprint size.Continue Reading
A typical adult brachiosaurus was 52 feet tall, and it could stretch to around 80 feet when required. Adult weight varied widely among individuals, but they were capable of weighing in excess of 50 tons.
The closest comparison to their body structure found in modern times is the giraffe. While much smaller in size, the elongated neck, leg placement and relative foot size are all similar to that of the brachiosaurus.Learn more about Dinosaurs
The Brachiosaurus most likely defended itself by simply smashing predators with its tail or feet because it had no other way to defend itself. Because the Brachiosaurus was so large, however, it is likely that predators simply hunted smaller prey.Full Answer >
According to the most popular theory, the Brachiosaurus dinosaur became extinct during the end of the Cretaceous period due to the impact of a meteor on Earth's surface.Full Answer >
Velociraptors were about 1.6 feet tall at the hip and weighed up to 33 pounds, approximating the size of a turkey. They were significantly smaller than other members of the dromaeosaurid family, such as Deinonychus. Tail included, velociraptors could reach a length of 6.8 feet.Full Answer >
The Megalodon was the biggest shark ever to prowl the world's oceans, with some estimates putting the size of the ancient predator at more than 50 feet long. Some scientists believe that the largest of this particular ancient shark could have been longer than 60 feet.Full Answer >