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Giraffatitan

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Giraffatitan is a dinosaur. The Giraffatitan was the largest dinosaur. It has a long neck and tail, and a tiny brain, it’s length about 80 feet (25M), his wight about 60 tones (54500kg). Giraffatitan’s family is Barchiosauridea.

Discovery[edit | edit source]

German Werner Janensch who was the first one discover giraffatitan at 1909, he was digging and found a fossil. At 1914, Werner Janensch named Barchiosaurus, because he discovered the giraffatitan in Africa. At 1988, Gregory S. Paul renamed to Giraffatitan. Gregory S. Paul called “giraffe” because it has long nick like giraffe, and called “titan” because it was very huge.

Habitat[edit | edit source]

Giraffatitan was alive in the Late Jurassic period. It was lived at Tanzania, Africa.

Diet[edit | edit source]

Giraffatitan was herbivore. It was eating from top of Jurassic trees, because it has long nick. Also his teeth help him because his teeth shaped chisel lining in front in his mouth.

Sources[edit | edit source]

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