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brachiosaurus Fun Facts

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The Brachiosaurus likely spent its days eating whole pieces of coniferous trees and other dry, hard plants for nutrition.
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The Brachiosaurus was the largest known dinosaur when it was discovered in the early 1900s, but bigger dinos have since been discovered. These include the Argentinosaurus.
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As awe-inspiring as it was to see a Brachiosaurus rear up on its impressive hind legs like a horse in a movie, paleontologists now believe that the dino's hind legs, which are shorter than its front legs, could not have supported its body weight like that.
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The Brachiosaurus had an even number of teeth--26--housed within each jaw. These teeth were shaped like spoons and were perfect for munching on plants.
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American paleontologist Elmer S. Rigg named the Brachiosaurus based on its unusually long limbs in 1903. The first specimen was discovered in Colorado in 1900.
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Current estimates place the Brachiosaurus's total height at up to 43 feet, with a length of up to 69 feet.
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With its roughly 30-foot-long neck, composed of 3-foot-long neck vertebrae, the Brachiosaurus is similar to the giraffe, whose necks tend to be about 7 feet long.
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While living during the Jurassic period, the Brachiosaurus was a contemporary of dinos like the Ceratosaurus and the Monolophosaurus.
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Along with having a low overall number of Brachiosaurus fossils, paleontologists also still have not yet discovered a fully intact Brachiosaurus skeleton.
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Originally classified as an African relative of the Brachiosaurus specimens found in North America, the Giraffatitan found in Tanzania is now considered its own unique classification of dinosaur.