In September of 2014, paleontologist Kenneth Lacovara alongside his team, discovered the 85 feet long Dreadnoughtus Schrani. The Dreadnoughtus was a herbivorous sauropod considered to be a titanosaurian. It’s tail alone was at least 30 feet in length. The neck of the Dreadnoughtus was at least 37 feet long, with it’s scapula measuring more than five and half feet tall, which makes it the tallest ever found of a titanosaur. Lacovara’s team was able to make an approximate weight of the dinosaur of around 65 tons by measuring one of the femurs of the Dreadnoughtus. The femurs were over six feet tall in height, and the individual vertabrae in it’s neck measured at least three feet wide. It is estimated that the Dreadnoughtus Schrani lived around 77 million years ago, and is significantly larger than any other titanosaur found to date, which means that the Dreadnoughtus was a massively huge dinosaur.
Discovery Of Supermassive Dinosaur, Dreadnoughtus in 2014.