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Tango01 Supporting Member of TMP15 May 2017 3:43 p.m. PST

… Dinosaur Identified.

"Named Galeamopus pabsti, the ancient beast belongs to the family Diplodocidae, one of the best known groups of sauropod dinosaurs.

"Galeamopus pabsti is similar to the famous dinosaur Diplodocus, but with more massive legs, and a particularly high and triangular neck close to the head," the researchers said.

The fossilized remains of Galeamopus pabsti were found at the Howe-Scott Quarry in the northern Bighorn Basin in Wyoming, the United States, by Swiss paleontologists in 1995, but it's taken more than two decades for scientists to make sense of the bones…"



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