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Brachiosaurus dinosaur. Artwork of a Brachiosaurus dinosaur. This long-necked sauropod dinosaur lived between 150 and 125 million years ago, in the late Jurassic and early Cretaceous periods. It was one of the largest land animals ever, weighing almost 70 tonnes and reaching over 22 metres in length. This herbivorous dinosaur probably used its long neck to graze on foliage from tree tops. Its front legs were markedly longer than its hind legs.
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