French paleontologists found the femur of a huge sauropod, a herbivorous dinosaur from late Jurassic paleontologists, at an archaeological site in southwest France this week at a site in southwestern France, where since 2010 remains of some of the largest animals ever dug ashore There lived sauropods, herbivorous dinosaurs with long necks and tails that were widespread in late Jurassic over 140 million years ago.
"This is an important discovery," said Ronan Allain, paleontologist at the National History Museum of Paris opposite Reuters. "I was particularly surprised by the condition of this thigh bone."
"These are animals that weighed probably 40 to 50 tons." Fossils of more than 40 different species since 2010, making it one of the largest finds of this species in Europe.
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