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Most paleontologists believe that the Argentinosaurus was the largest dinosaur to have ever lived. It may have been the largest land animal to have ever existed.

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As of 2014, most palaeontologists believe that the Argentinosaurus was the largest dinosaur to have ever lived. It may have been the largest land animal to have ever existed.

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The fossilized remains of Sue the T. rex were found near Faith, S.D., during the summer of 1990. As of 2014, Sue is considered to be the largest and most complete skeleton of Tyrannosaurus rex ever found. Sue measures 40...

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As of 2014, most palaeontologists believe that the Argentinosaurus was the largest dinosaur to have ever lived. It may have been the largest land animal to have ever existed.

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Though there have been a few instances of scientists purporting to have found larger specimens, the longest known dinosaur that is widely accepted by paleontologists seems to be the Diplodocus, a type of sauropod dinosau...

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The largest known carnivorous dinosaur is the Spinosaurus, which is so named thanks to the gigantic spikes that run down the dinosaur's back. These spikes form a "sail" that likely evolved to ward off enemies rather than...

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The tallest dinosaur is the Brachiosaurus brancai, according to the Guinness Book of World Records. It was 43 feet 6 inches tall. This skeleton is on display at the Museum für Naturkunde der Humboldt Universität zu Berli...

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