Diplodocus defending itself, illustration

Diplodocus defending itself, illustration

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Caption: Diplodocus defending itself. Computer illustration of a Diplodocus sp. sauropod (left) defending itself against a predatory theropod (right). This herbivorous sauropod dinosaur lived from about 154 to 150 million years ago during the Late Jurassic Period, in what is now the Western United States. It is thought to have reached an average length of up to 54 metres, making it the longest known dinosaur.

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