Argentinosaurus is a genus of giant sauropod dinosaur that lived during the Late Cretaceous period in what is now Argentina. Although it is only known from fragmentary remains, Argentinosaurus is one of the largest known land animals of all time, perhaps the largest, with length estimates ranging from 30 to 40 metres (100 to 130 ft)
Argentinosaurus Vertebra cast with stand
Cast measures: 183cm / 72in.132 / 52.51 / 20.
Last photo: Dorsal vertebrae from Argentinosaurus (center) and Supersaurus (either side). The vert on the left is the holotype of Ultrasauros, and the one on the right is the holotype of Dystylosaurus, but both of those taxa have been sunk into Supersaurus.
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Dinosaur skeleton measures: Approx 9ft long and just under 4 ft tall.
Crate size: Crate length 6ft 6 (78 inches), height 4ft (48 inches), width 3ft 4 (40 inches),